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Mapping Hong Kong with anothermountainman: When Art and the City Intersect

Updated: Mar 15, 2023

Date and Time: Tuesday, March 14th, 2023, 6:30pm-7:30pm Location: CPD-G.02, The University of Hong Kong

Speakers: Stanley Wong (anothermountainman), Dr. Ying Zhou, Dr. Eric Schuldenfrei Moderator: Anqi Li

Credit: School of Modern Languages and Cultures in collaboration with Art Basel Hong Kong, supported by Lucie Chang Fine Arts

Hong Kong has long been the master of reinvention, with a culture of transformation that moves across scales. Activating Hong Kong’s iconic architectures that define a continuously evolving urban landscape, is a vibrant and complex street culture, where life, commerce, industrialism, and innovation intersect. With that in mind, this conversation focuses on the work of artist and designer anothermountainman, who transforms observations of Hong Kong’s urban fabric into graphic and industrial design objects and artworks, to highlight the relationship between art, architecture, and the city. 

About the speakers: Stanley Wong (anothermountainman) is an artist, photographer, and designer, who gained international attention with his “red, white, and blue” series at the 51st Venice Biennale in 2005 representing Hong Kong. Wong’s art and design have been exhibited extensively in Hong Kong and overseas.

Dr. Ying Zhou is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Architecture, the University of Hong Kong. Her expertise is at the intersection of architecture, urbanism, and visual art. Her current research investigates the arts ecologies manifested by Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Singapore’s art spaces.

Dr. Eric Schuldenfrei is the Head of the Department of Architecture at the University of Hong Kong. His most recent book, The Films of Charles and Ray Eames: A Universal Sense of Expectation, focuses on architecture, politics, cinema, and education. His current research includes examining architects who created projects as educational experiences.

About the moderator: Anqi Li is a PhD Candidate in the School of Modern Languages and Cultures, the University of Hong Kong

For enquiries, please contact Anqi Li at



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