SARS, Skincare, Real Estate, Rhythm: Lee Kit’s Politics of Space
Volume 16, Number 2, March/April 2017
by Godfre Leung
In this essay, Godfre Leung points out how Lee Kit has been preoccupied with domestic spaces and the personal, even poetic, rituals we carry out within them, but he also recognizes that a discreet critique of global capitalism is embedded in his work.
Godfre Leung, Lee Kit, Hong Kong, global capitalism, politics of space, everyday life, life rhythm
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