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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Symposium - Art, Creativity, and the City: Probably Future

Symposium – Art, Creativity, and the City: Probably Future

Symposium – Art, Creativity, and the City: Probable Future  藝術丶創意與城市:可見的未來  6th May 2016, 7:30p.m. 香港兆基創意書院 HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity VIP Room (G/F) Citing from cultural theorist collective DOXA, gentrification employs art and design to augment the property price and reshape existing communities. How artist, patron, activist, and scholar react to this cultural...
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...
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...
Objects of Art After Industrialization

Objects of Art After Industrialization

Objects of Art After Industrialization – Art After Market Realism by Yuk HUI A drafted essay made as intervention to the DOXA’s event in ‘ArtHK2012’ : Art and Spatial Resistance: Emergent strategies in Asia [PDF version] What is an artist? An artist is an exemplary figure of individuation — understood as process of psychic and...
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
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...

Case Studies [3]: Spaces of the Commons

Public Workgroup www.publicworksgroup.net The debate about ‘Commons’ seems to be growing by the day. It is a term that is close to what we do and how we think. This text is an attempt to look in more detail at our own commons, at what we have in common as colleagues and friends. The reason...

Case Studies [2]: Tactics for the Commons

Invisible Venue http://invisiblevenue.com/ Christian L. Frock@Invisible Venue | Yuk Hui@DOXA (The following conversation was conducted through emails in preparation for the AMASS workshop) YH: What was your motivation of organizing the invisible venue? Your emphasize the term ‘alternative’ many times in your writings, what is that ‘alternative’ you want to develop? CF: I created Invisible...

Case Studies [1]: Gift Economy and the Commons

Mutantspace www.mutantspace.ie Moray Bresnihan@ Mutantspace | Yuk Hui@DOXA YH: Can you explain to us what does mutantspace do? MB: What mutantspace does is give people free support in the production of their arts event and projects. We dont differentiate between the artist or non artist, professional or amateur, we just want people to play, create, make,...

Open Call for AMASS: Towards an Economy of the Commons

To speak of the commons as if it were a natural resource is misleading at best and dangerous at worst—the commons is an activity and, if anything, it expresses relationships in society that are inseparable from relations to nature. It might be better to keep the word as a verb, an activity,rather than as a...