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Presented byDerrick To (in collaboration with Stephen Chan)

Exhibited atTuen Mun Park

Fence Off, ArtAlive@Park

A fence is a boundary and a symbol of prohibition. In Hong Kong, it is a curious situation that various activities are prohibited in public space. The lawn and sometimes public arts are fenced off from people - you can see them, but you can't reach them. It is also easy to find signs which tell you what not to do. Prohibition makes management easy, but it also takes away the fundamental meaning of public space.