Ernest FUNG Wai95/23 Ninety Five/Two or Three 1995

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95/23 Ninety Five/Two or Three was produced six years between the pro-democracy moment on June 4th 1989 and the sovereignty handover of Hong Kong in 1997. The director plays with the metaphor of Hong Kong being a ping-pong ball, thrown from one side to the other side. The ping-pong is framed in the streets of Hong Kong. Performers without individual characteristics are carriers of the ping-pong, performing in the “Yang Ban Xi” theatrical style (a style favored by the Chinese Communist Party during the Cultural Revolution).

About the artist

FUNG Wai, Ernest started independent video production when he was a student in interior design. His work On the Road won the Gold award (MTV) in the Hong Kong Independent Short Film and Video Awards in 1996. He works in both the commercial and artistic field. His first feature film was Dangerous Girls (1997) and his second film Silver City (1998). His video works include Alice in Hong Kong, have been exhibited in Japan, France and Germany. He also produces music videos for local pop singers and videos for concerts, such as "Tat Ming - Paris in Concert" and Anthony Wong's "People Mountain People Sea". He currently works as a film and video editor.