DOXA (δόξα): A common belief, as opposed to truth, doxa is associated with community, dialogue and knowledge. DOXA is an international collective of artists, theorists, designers, architects, engineers, etc.
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Publication: From Living to Individuation (English/Chinese)

Publication: From Living to Individuation (English/Chinese)

From Living to Individuation – reflection on a negative anthropology Yuk Hui [to appear on the catalogue of the “Living as Form” nomadic exhibition (Hong Kong stop) Nov 3-18, 2012] What is an artist? An artist is an exemplary figure of individuation — understood as process of psychic and collective individuation where a ‘I’ is...
Hong Kong: The Property Regime

Hong Kong: The Property Regime

Critical Cities Vol. 3 Myrdle Court Press, London, 2012​ “Leave behind status-quo thinking about contemporary cities and leap into the knowledge, actions and ideas of sharp critical urbanists from across the globe. Critical Cities Vol 3 offers provocative and transformative perspectives from multiple urban contexts including São Paulo, Zagreb, Hong Kong, London, Bogota, and Nicosia.” View the full...
Economies of the Commons

Economies of the Commons

DOXA was published in Reviews in Cultural Theory an online journal published by the Department of English and Film Studies at the University of Alberta in Canada. This article followed a residency at The Banff Centre ‘On the Commons’ residency along with guests Pedro Reyes, Lauren Berlant and Michael Hardt. The article covers our event...
Publication: From Art of Occupation to Occupation of Art (Greek)

Publication: From Art of Occupation to Occupation of Art (Greek)

The article of Yuk HUI/DOXA on Occupy Central in Hong Kong, in related to the local economic and artistic milieu was honorly translated into Greek, the first part has been published on the online journal OUGH, Please find the article here: Occupy Central: Ο Yuk Hui γράφει για τον απόηχο του κινήματος στο Χονγκ Κονγκ
Publication: From Art of Occupation to Occupation of Art (Chinese)

Publication: From Art of Occupation to Occupation of Art (Chinese)

DOXA has recently published a text in Chinese called: “From Art of Occupation to Occupation of Art — On Occupation in Hong Kong and the Situationists International”, by Yuk Hui/DOXA, Issue 001, Independent Critics, Beijing, 2012, ISSN1003-9341 Download the text in Chinese here: From Art to Occupation to Occupation of Art (English translation of the text coming soon..)...
Film: Nønspace, Hong Kong, 2009

Film: Nønspace, Hong Kong, 2009

“The apparently permanent can be temporary, while the temporary could be very permanent.” – Ackbar Abbas ‘NønSpace’ 2-channel installation dir. Nicolas Sauret & Ashley Wong 23min, 2009 NønSpace is a work that attempts to probe at the often puzzling and elusive space of Hong Kong. Through its unique history, geography and politics, Hong Kong has sprouted...

Interviews with Eva Weinmayr (AND Publishing) and Sion Whellens (Calverts)

Eva Weinmayr is an artist, lecturer and co-director of AND, a new platform for experimental publishing. AND’s current activities include the Piracy Book Project producing new collections for the Byam Shaw Library. Recent and upcoming exhibitions by Weinmayr include The Cult of The Difficult 2011; The Institute of Mental Health Is Burning Newport Museum and...
AMASS: Towards an Economy of the Commons

AMASS: Towards an Economy of the Commons

View images from the event on Flickr. Saturday, 16 April 2011 AMASS: TOWARDS AN ECONOMY OF THE COMMONS Saturday, 16 April 2011, 2:00-5:00pm Chisenhale 64 Chisenhale Road, London E3 5QZ RSVP: mail@chisenhale.org.uk FB: http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/event.php?eid=163869593668098 “To speak of the commons as if it were a natural resource is misleading at best and dangerous at worst—the commons is...

Re-imagining Culture: London to Hong Kong via Sheffield, Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong

Open discussion with William Wong, Ashley Wong and Lee Chun-Fung Time: 14 October 2010, 6:30-8:30pm Venue: Asia Art Archive (11/F Hollywood Centre, 233 Hollywood Rd, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong) Organised by DOXA What is the current state of the arts in the UK amidst a major economic recession? How relevant now is their highly celebrated...

Re-imagining Culture: Futures in Collective Working, Wieden & Kennedy, London

Beyond economics, what are the possibilities in open source, crowd-sourcing and resource sharing for artists, organisations and industry? What new ways of working does digital technology offer for a renewed vision for culture? Tuesday, 28 September 2010 Wieden+Kennedy – The Cole Building 16 Hanbury Street (off Bricklane, 2nd floor, stairs only) London E1 6QR 6:30-8:30pm...

Re-imagining Culture: How to (and how not to) build a cultural economy, A Foundation, London

View videos from the event: here Open discussion with speakers John Kieffer, William Wong and Sonya Dyer A Foundation, London 18 May 2010 Speakers: Chair: Abbas Nokhasteh (director, Openvizor) John Kieffer (editor of ‘After the Crunch’, creative director of Sound and Music) William Wong (Clore Leadership Fellow, cultural consultant) Sonya Dyer (artist, writer and co-ordinator...