“During the 90s, there was a popular answer to the question of why Hong Kong artists liked to do installations. It was that we didnâ€™t have any space, and if we did painting, weâ€™d need a space to store the painting after the exhibition. So the easy way out was to do installations â€“ you did the job and then you threw it away.” Ellen Pau
Space: The final frontier for Hong Kongâ€™s artists?
Hong Kong is one of the densest, most expensive cities in the world, but contemporary artists have developed innovative approaches to the cost of being creative among the skyscrapers.