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Every Month

Mask wearing, contactless, remote communication, social distancing, and sepiment have become parts of our new normal over the past few years. While social distancing has become the covenant to public health and epidemic prevention, physical touch is becoming a new taboo.


The "accessible facilities" designed to assist the visually impaired in their daily lives have abruptly become an obstacle: stuff like buttons, handrails, braille have all become perilous. Citizens with normal sight can, of course, actively avoid invisible viruses, but how can the visually impaired cope with the new social norm in a short time? Fortunately, the existence of voice systems and instructions remind us that "physical touches" are not limited to fingertips. Although physical contact is forbidden, human connections are not obstructed. When we communicate through our five senses, the world will be reconnected.


Following the first-stage exhibition "Daily" in December 2021, in the second-stage exhibition "Every Month", the 8th Touch Art Festival not only showcases the artworks of five visually impaired artists who participated in the previous show but also features five local artists. Through their intuitive creations using senses beyond visions and their skilled mediums, these artists will touch and dialogue with the world.

Wong Ka Ying (Guest Curator)

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Online Exhibition Release

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Participating Artist

Know more about our 10 artists, including 5 visually impaired artists and 5 sighted local artists.


Online Tour Release

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Visually Impaired Artists Interview

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Online Sharing Sessions

 Every Day, Month and Year- Touch Art Sharing

20/3/2022 Sunday

The Design Perception of Visually Impaired People

27/3/2022 Sunday

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