Making Space For Art: the culture debate and the studio arts movement in Hong Kong

Publisher:
Universite de Reims * Institut de Geographie
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Citation:
Universite de Reims. Institut de Geographie. Travaux, 2007, 1, 129 (130), pp. 101 - 120
Issue Date:
2007-01
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In Hong Kong, the recent emergence of studio arts districts is taking place in the context of public debate over state visions of cultural facilities and creative industries. While government invests in a planned culture district, artists struggle for working space in an environment of volatile rents. To contribute to a critical geography of art, this discussion ,engages the struggle to produce contemporary and alternative art in Hong Kong after 1997 at the theoretical intersection of the production of space, cultural political economy and the Deleuzian idea of art as sensation.
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