[Cancelled] Guided Viewing and Indigo Workshop: CHAT Winter Programme 2021 "Spinning East Asia Series I: A Compass in Hand"

Date :
[Cancelled] Thursday, 13 January 2022
Time :
Tour 14:00 – 14:45, Workshop 15:00 – 16:00
Venue :
The Mills, 45 Pak Tin Par Street, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong
Cost :
Tour - $150 Member, $250 Non-member; Free for student with valid ID, Optional Indigo workshop - $200
Limit :
Enquiries :
Linda Wang at [email protected] or 9026-2881
Note :
To register, please email your registration form to [email protected]

The HKU Museum Society is delighted to organise a guided tour of Spinning East Asia Series I: A Compass in Hand at CHAT. We will be guided by Wang Weiwei, the Curator of Exhibitions and Collections.


Spinning East Asia Series I: A Compass in Hand

The exhibition showcases a selection of typographic designs, interactive and immersive installations, and multi-media works, the exhibition balances the seriousness of the East Asian concerns with a touch of playfulness to curate an alternative cultural experience for its visitors. The first chapter in a series of two, A Compass in Hand seeks to address how the historical, social and ideological landscapes of East Asia are accepted and shaped by various individual and collective forces through the lens of design and textile.

More information can be found here:

Indigo workshop
Participants can create patterns on a handkerchief through shibori or tying (ways of resist dyeing).



 Wang Weiwei is currently the Curator of Exhibitions and Collections at CHAT. From 2010 to 2017, Wang was the curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai (MoCA Shanghai). In 2017, Wang participated at the Curator-in-Residence Programme at the Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts in Taiwan, and the International Researcher Programme at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul, South Korea. Wang was then appointed as the co-curator at the 12th Shanghai Biennale and awarded an Individual Fellowship by Asian Cultural Council Hong Kong in 2018. She has conducted on a series of researches on East Asian Contemporary Arts since 2019.