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4000 Miles (Re-run)

Story of Love & Lonely between grandma and grandson  After suffering a major loss while Leo was on a cross-country bike trip, he seeks solace from hisfeisty old grandmother Vera in her West Village apartment. Over the course of a single month,these unlikely roommates infuriate, bewilder, and ultimately reach each other.

"Solis Occasus" (Without Live Performance)

As you look at the sunset, what goes on in your mind? The scene is breath-taking, but wouldn't you lament that it will soon turn to dusk? Those moments of peace and quiet often bring along raging thoughts.Taking "the setting sun" as a metaphorical prompt to "let go", installation artist Wong Chi-yung sees their similarity on changing every moment and such transience makes them difficult to capture. However, for a brief moment they would stay in your heart, let you hold onto them, and inspire you with meaning. "Solis Occasus" is the latest sensory experiential installation artwork of Wong, following "A Heaven in A Wild Flower". Inspired from his exploration of contemplative spaces, this new installation artwork is Wong's responses to his studies on mindfulness with artistic creativity. Merged with scenography and lighting technology, the installation artwork will offer the audience a contemplative space and an experience of visual, aural, and tactile whereby the brain can sink into the heart's flow and let the mind takes over. Taking mindfulness as a link to experiences beyond, Wong invited dancers Kenny Leung and Terry Tsang to create a series of improvisatory dances* that interact with his installation. Using it as their stage, they would offer another perspective to explore the experiential ambience with "movement", "observation" and "introspection", and take the audience into a novel sensory realm of sight, sound and touch.Wong Chi-yung is a cross-disciplinary artist and curator. His work includes experiential installations, lighting installations, and creative education, emphasizing the communication between arts and sciences. His collaborators include: Theatre of Liege, Belgium, West Kowloon Cultural District, Hong Kong Arts Centre, ETH Zurich, and the Artists-in-Labs Program at the Institute of Cultural Studies of Zurich University of the Arts, the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, etc. Recently, he was selected as

"Solis Occasus"

As you look at the sunset, what goes on in your mind? The scene is breath-taking, but wouldn't you lament that it will soon turn to dusk? Those moments of peace and quiet often bring along raging thoughts.Taking "the setting sun" as a metaphorical prompt to "let go", installation artist Wong Chi-yung sees their similarity on changing every moment and such transience makes them difficult to capture. However, for a brief moment they would stay in your heart, let you hold onto them, and inspire you with meaning. "Solis Occasus" is the latest sensory experiential installation artwork of Wong, following "A Heaven in A Wild Flower". Inspired from his exploration of contemplative spaces, this new installation artwork is Wong's responses to his studies on mindfulness with artistic creativity. Merged with scenography and lighting technology, the installation artwork will offer the audience a contemplative space and an experience of visual, aural, and tactile whereby the brain can sink into the heart's flow and let the mind takes over. Taking mindfulness as a link to experiences beyond, Wong invited dancers Kenny Leung and Terry Tsang to create a series of improvisatory dances* that interact with his installation. Using it as their stage, they would offer another perspective to explore the experiential ambience with "movement", "observation" and "introspection", and take the audience into a novel sensory realm of sight, sound and touch.Wong Chi-yung is a cross-disciplinary artist and curator. His work includes experiential installations, lighting installations, and creative education, emphasizing the communication between arts and sciences. His collaborators include: Theatre of Liege, Belgium, West Kowloon Cultural District, Hong Kong Arts Centre, ETH Zurich, and the Artists-in-Labs Program at the Institute of Cultural Studies of Zurich University of the Arts, the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, etc. Recently, he was selected as