02022020.SPACE | Global Internet Streaming Project

02022020.SPACE | Global Internet Streaming Project

Internet, multiple locations (HK, NL, CAT, TW, KR, GR, etc..)

02022020.Space (link)



producer: Lam Lai

The most brilliant cultural highlights of recent times have involved people broadcasting ideas in innovative ways, with web-based technology becoming one of the major elements in our daily life. 02022020, also a 8-digit computer-friendly code, is ideally situated in the Internet culture, ushering in the new vision of information exchange in the nearest future. On 02-02-2020, a collective of artists created a 26-hour programme of artworks and performances that were streamed on the Internet for viewers in all timezones. The Live performances with local audience were presented in 10+ cities around the world. The audience also watched the streaming of the performances and artworks in different locations.


Munich Biennale, Festival for new music theatre

Munich Biennale, Festival for new music theatre, BUBBLE ❤

A coproduction of the Munich Biennale with Musik der Jahrhunderte Stuttgart, commissioned by the West Kowloon Cultural District; in cooperation with Connecting Spaces Hong Kong / and the Zurich University of the Arts; and the Goethe Institute Hong Kong With kind support by LOVAAS Sponsored by the German Federal Cultural Foundation

LOVAAS, Fürstenstraße 6, Munich

Munich biennale (link)



In Bubble <3, an audience is led on a guided tour of an apartment block, repeating the same walk three times around the exterior of the building before finally entering a domestic living space. Audience members are encouraged to form different sub-groupings for each of the repeated walks through various methods of performative and spatial intervention. Specially conceived vignettes of everyday activities take place as the walk progresses; a cacophony of musical outbursts, random noises, and unfiltered dialog simulating the endless chatter of anonymous trolls on online forums.

With every repetition, a moment of familiarly is muddled by confusion about the authenticity of events encountered. This culminates in the interior scene, where the bubble of speech is replaced by the mute bubble of four walls, and previously unplaceable sounds take on new significance as a composed sonic-architectural configuration.


Video installation and live performance, Iceland-HK

Orvillot, Iceland and Hong Kong
Video installation and live performance

23 September 2017, 8pm
Gerðarsafn Kópavogur Art Museum,

CYCLE Music and Art Festival (link)
Hong Kong New Music Ensemble (link)



Recording at CYCLE MUSIC AND ART FESTIVAL, Iceland 2017

Orviilot (2017) Installation performance for Fl, Cl, Vln, Vla, Vc, DB and solo pno
Lam Lai, composer (HK) and Sigurður Guðjónsson, visual artist (IS)
Pianist, Tinna Þorsteinsdóttir, piano (IS)

ensemble music by Lam Lai, electronics and installation by Sigurður Guðjónsson.
Performed by Hong Kong New Music Ensemble

[photo by CYCLE Music and Art Festival]

Spring Festival 2015, New European Ensemble

Spring Festival 2015, New European Ensemble

April 17, 2015 8:15pm
Arnold Schoenberg Zaal, The Hague

New European Ensemble (link)

Fantasy on Reliquias porteñas
for Flute, Clarinet, Percussion, Piano, Violin, Viola and Cello

Felicia van den End flute
James Meldrum clarinet
Jose ‘Pepe’ Garcia Rodriguez percussion
Daan Treur Piano
Rada Ovcharova violin
Emlyn Stam viola
Willem Stam cello

This work is inspired by the famous quote by Andy Warhol, “I think everyone should be a machine.”
Quote: Francisco Canaro’s Reliquias Porteñas


Electric Company: An Orchestra of Laptops

Electric Company: An Orchestra of Laptops

October 18 & 19, 2013 8pm
Multi-Media Theatre,
HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity

Contemporary Musiking Hong Kong (link)


Gate equals One
commission piece for Saxophone, vibraphone and laptop Orchestra

MOBILE M+: INFLATION! – Parallax (Norway)

A (con)temporary sculpture park of inflatables

25 May 2012 (Sat), 3pm
West Kowloon Cultural District


Mobile M+: Inflation! (Exhibition) (link)
Parallax (from Norway) (link)

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Homage to A Suckling Pig  
A newly-commissioned piece involving the use of electronics and improvisation, that interacts with Cao Fei’s work.
Composer: Lam Lai
Performer: Parallax/ Lam Lai