Ashley Wong contributed to the 2010 This Is Not A Gateway Festival via her Doxa Collective organisation.The film, Nonspace, shown above was exhibited at the festival.
Ashley Wong contributed to Critical Cities Volume 3 - Hong Kong: The Property Regime, Wing Shing Tang in Conversation with Ashley Wong & Yuk Hui.
"Ashley Wong artist, cultural producer and researcher. She has a BFA in Digital Image/Sound and the Fine Arts from Concordia University in Montreal, and an MA in Culture Industry from Goldsmiths', University of London. She is former project manager of Videotage - Media Art Institution in Hong Kong where she lived and worked for 2 years. She is founder of independent arts platform LOUDSPKR and international research collective DOXA, and has produced numerous artistic and curatorial projects internationally and has presented work in Taipei, Hong Kong, London, Paris, Madrid, New York and Gothenburg. She is currently works with Sound and Music – UK's landmark organisation for new music and sound."
From the 2010 This Is Not A Gateway Festival Programme
Ashley Wong and Nicolas Sauret:
NønSpace: The Elusive Haze of Space/Place of Hong Kong
11:00-12:30 & 15:00-16:30 / 22-24 October 2010
"Through its unique history, geography and politics, Hong Kong has sprouted from a small Chinese fishing village to a globalized financial city. From British influence of Western capitalism to a return to long lost Chinese reality, Hong Kong has formed into a place of in-betweenness. Through interwoven voice interviews with artists, academics, architects, NønSpace approaches notions of space to reveal aspects of a city and culture that is difficult (and perhaps impossible) to underpin."
Visit the archive to access:
A biography of Ashley Wong
Digital copy of Ashley and Nicolas's film - NønSpace: The Elusive Haze of Space/Place of Hong Kong
A copy of Critical Cities Volume 3 which includes their essay:
Hong Kong: The Property Regime, Wing Shing Tang in Conversation with Ashley Wong & Yuk Hui.
Festival programme information - date, time, registration names etc
Various documents from Doxx Collective's work including; film transcript, event posters, journal articles
Personal reflection from Ashely about her This Is Not A Gateway experience