The talk will introduce matters of interest and research agendas inspired by multiple aesthetic dimensions of Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement. It will explore how concepts such as bottom-up architecture, socially-engaged art, public art, disobedient objects and people’s archive can be re-articulated and further expanded.

Presented as part of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago's Mitchell Lecture Series in Architecture, Interior Architecture and Designed Objects, in collaboration with the Department of Art History, Theory and Criticism and the Department of Visual and Critical Studies.

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