Invited by the MAS Art & Society programme, I presented a talk titled Performing Auto-Ethnography: In Search of Critical Identities in Social Practices at the Zurich University of the Arts, Switzerland on 7 November 2018.
Invited by the Performance Art Network CH (PANCH), I presented a lecture performance titled Researching the Restiveness: This is NOT a Performance; This is NOT an Ethnography in the symposium Archives of the Ephemeral. Thinking, Practicing, Interconnecting – A Debate on the Accessibility of Performance Art in Switzerland.
Invited by the Taipei Arts Festival, I joined the Think Bar and a panel discussion following the lecture by Florian Malzacher.
In the Performance Studies International (PSi#24) conference, I presented a paper titled Performative Autoethnography as a Tactical Research Methodology in Activism about my recent research on the performative practices of Hong Kong artists in social movements in Hong Kong. I also took part in the PSi Future Advisory Board Summer School.
My work was featured in Frank Vigneron’s book Hong Kong Soft Power: Art Practices in the Special Administrative Region, 2005-2014 published by The Chinese University Press, 2018:
Land for Hong Kong: Our Home, Our Say?!? In the light of ‘land shortage’ in Hong Kong, wen yau has acquired pieces of land from the West Kowloon site which be previewed in the ‘WK Realty Expo & Auction.’ Special properties collected from the site will also be available too. Everything Must Go! Don’t miss this rare chance to bid on a piece of the most precious land in Hong Kong!
Invited by the Cultural Studies Department, I gave a talk as part of the “Introduction to Performance Studies” course.
Invited by the Art of CUHK, I joined the panel discussion with Yim Sui Fong, sharing my performative practices of contemporary art.
Invited by the Department of Cultural Studies, Lingnan University, I spoke at the ‘2018 Annual MCS Symposium – Performing Crossover: Variations and New Alternatives in Hong Kong’s Cultural Studies’, about how performance studies informs my practice as an artist/researcher.
I joined the panel with Cole Roskam, Associate Professor, Faculty of Architecture, University of Hong Kong, and presented a paper on art in the post-Occupy spaces in Hong Kong.