How do you consume the disintegration of a society from afar? Often, in the same ways as locals do—through online and social media. Deliberately unsubtitled, crowdsourced images interrogate our cultural proximity to—and distance from—Hong Kong.
What do nostalgia for and dreams of a future look like in Hong Kong, a place that has always been in a state of impermanence, taking on chameleon-like identities? The makers of these shorts examine the urgent and emergent in a city in flux.