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.


Music for the Dancing Percussionist

Herz Ensemble, x gen x concerts series

Muziekgebouw Amsterdam and Korzo theater Den haag

Muziekgebouw (link)


Music for the Dancing Percussionist

Music for Dancing Percussionist Dancing itself begs description. The performance of the percussionist allows the body a tremendous range of movements, echoing the command of dancing. By studying one of the masterpieces of Iannis Xenakis, Rebonds A, percussionist Mei-yi Lee and composer Lam Lai examined its augmented perspective, restructured the movement of the percussionist by providing the body with its great flexibility and mobility. With the conventional notation and the new position of the drums, an unfamiliar way of dancing began to speak.


recorded materials at Helicopter den haag.


Hong Kong Solos by Ari Benjamin Meyers, presented by Spring Workshop Hong Kong
Performance at Things that can happen

16 Mar- 1 Apr 2017
Things that can happen
1/F, 98 Apliu Street, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon, Hong Kong

A part of An exposition, not an exhibitionHong Kong Solos is an artwork by Ari Benjamin Meyers that will take place at six non-profit art organizations—Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong Arts Centre, M+, Para Site, soundpocket and Things that can happen. Meyers invited six local Hong Kong composers to create new works for staff members at these organizations across the city. In order to experience these intimate pieces devised for 1 performer and 1-4 audience members, potential listeners are invited to book visits to these institutions. The work centers around bringing together usually disparate parties: a composer and an art professional, a performer and a visitor, and the members of the art and music worlds of Hong Kong.

Spring Workshop, Hong Kong (link)
Things that can happen (link)


for Voice and Tape
Departing from the study of speech as music and rhythm, Lam Lai’s piece is scored for Chantal’s voice and portable tape recorder in a work that explores the machine’s biography and how music can capture shifts in space and time.

(information from Spring Workshop)

New Vision Arts Festival, Hong Kong

New Vision Arts Festival, Hong Kong: Video Soundscape I: Kwai Tsing

November 1, 2014 6pm  and November 2, 2014 4pm
Plaza and Foyer, Kwai Tsing Theatrer, Hong Kong

New Vision Arts Festival (link)

Video Soundscape I: Kwai Tsing
for Clarinet, Horn, Double Bass, Electronics and Video Projection

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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