New article on HK’s Stair Culture by Christopher DeWolf in Zolima City Magazine

DeWolf’s article “Stair Culture: Digging Into the Past and Present of Hong Kong’s Ladder Streets” gives a brief overview of the Hong Kong Stair Archive project and the importance of stairs to HK’s history and culture. Stair Culture: Digging Into

New article on HK’s Stair Culture by Christopher DeWolf in Zolima City Magazine

DeWolf’s article “Stair Culture: Digging Into the Past and Present of Hong Kong’s Ladder Streets” gives a brief overview of the Hong Kong Stair Archive project and the importance of stairs to HK’s history and culture. Stair Culture: Digging Into

Hong Kong Stair Archive beta site up

The Hong Kong Stair Archive (beta) website is up and running, with more materials being added everyday. Keep an eye out for updates and announcements about the site, exhibition, workshops/talks and call for artists and the publication. Also, please contact

Hong Kong Stair Archive beta site up

The Hong Kong Stair Archive (beta) website is up and running, with more materials being added everyday. Keep an eye out for updates and announcements about the site, exhibition, workshops/talks and call for artists and the publication. Also, please contact

‘Moving Hong Kong’ article published

Melissa Cate Christ’s short piece on the Mid-Levels escalator and the future of the pedestrian landscape in Hong Kong (illustrated by Melissa’s photos and those of the talented Kevin Dharmawan) has been published in the 2nd issue of MY LIVEABLE

‘Moving Hong Kong’ article published

Melissa Cate Christ’s short piece on the Mid-Levels escalator and the future of the pedestrian landscape in Hong Kong (illustrated by Melissa’s photos and those of the talented Kevin Dharmawan) has been published in the 2nd issue of MY LIVEABLE

Hong Kong Stair Archive funded by the Research Grants Council

I am pleased to announce that the project, Hong Kong Stair Archive, has been awarded an Early Career Scheme grant by the Hong Kong Research Grants Council. The total award is HK$856,355, with HK$50,000 of that specifically earmarked for the

Hong Kong Stair Archive funded by the Research Grants Council

I am pleased to announce that the project, Hong Kong Stair Archive, has been awarded an Early Career Scheme grant by the Hong Kong Research Grants Council. The total award is HK$856,355, with HK$50,000 of that specifically earmarked for the

urbanphoto article on HK steps

Check out Christopher DeWolf’s article featuring alternate constructions and our stair culture project. Awesome color inversions!

urbanphoto article on HK steps

Check out Christopher DeWolf’s article featuring alternate constructions and our stair culture project. Awesome color inversions!

step up! is on… Dec 7-15, 2013

step up! is a curated exhibition of performances, events, art, and architecture installations which reflect on conflict, ownership, responsibility and cultural occupation in the context of public right of ways in Hong Kong. The installations are situated on an essential

step up! is on… Dec 7-15, 2013

step up! is a curated exhibition of performances, events, art, and architecture installations which reflect on conflict, ownership, responsibility and cultural occupation in the context of public right of ways in Hong Kong. The installations are situated on an essential

pound lane picnic 2013!

As the consultation period for the proposed pound lane escalator comes to a close, join us in the second annual pound lane picnic to ‘occupy’ the pound lane stairs in support preserving the valued character of Pound Lane and the

pound lane picnic 2013!

As the consultation period for the proposed pound lane escalator comes to a close, join us in the second annual pound lane picnic to ‘occupy’ the pound lane stairs in support preserving the valued character of Pound Lane and the

alternate constructions: Stair culture in Hong Kong

The exhibition alternate constructions: Stair culture in Hong Kong features the design research of HKU students and faculty in the context of the proposed escalator along Pound Lane. June 14-21, 2013 11am-7pm daily Opening reception: June 14, 6-9pm Mapping workshop: June

alternate constructions: Stair culture in Hong Kong

The exhibition alternate constructions: Stair culture in Hong Kong features the design research of HKU students and faculty in the context of the proposed escalator along Pound Lane. June 14-21, 2013 11am-7pm daily Opening reception: June 14, 6-9pm Mapping workshop: June

in the know: experiments in spatial memory

This workshop, organised at the invitation of the Asia Art Archive in association with the Song Dong exhibition ’36 Calendars’, guided participants through an experiment in spatial memory, tracing and overlaying their present and past routine paths through the urban

in the know: experiments in spatial memory

This workshop, organised at the invitation of the Asia Art Archive in association with the Song Dong exhibition ’36 Calendars’, guided participants through an experiment in spatial memory, tracing and overlaying their present and past routine paths through the urban

in the know: experiments in spatial memory

This workshop will guide participants through a series of experiments in spatial memory, tracing and overlaying their present and past routine paths through the urban landscape of Hong Kong. The two-hour session will culminate in an idiosyncratic guidebook to the

in the know: experiments in spatial memory

This workshop will guide participants through a series of experiments in spatial memory, tracing and overlaying their present and past routine paths through the urban landscape of Hong Kong. The two-hour session will culminate in an idiosyncratic guidebook to the