The Phantom Of Consumerism (The Idiosyncratic Hong Kong Lifestyle Of A Professor)

The Phantom Of Consumerism (The Idiosyncratic Hong Kong Lifestyle Of A Professor)

The Phantom of Consumerism (The Idiosyncratic Hong Kong Lifestyle of a Professor)

Living in the advertising age, there seems to be no choice but to be enveloped by images, products, and services, despite the voices of anti-consumerism calling out to rethink this intricate relationship. Phantom of Consumerism examines the entanglement of consumers and individuals through a series of critical essays and documentary photographs.

Tsang Tak-ping develops projects related to design, installation, performance, and art and design criticism. Currently associate professor in the School of Design, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, he is the founder of Mindful Design Lab and co-founder of Para/Site Art Space, Habitus Design Space and Choi Yuen Tsuen Livelihood Place in Hong Kong.


About the Author

Tsang Tak-ping develops projects related to design, installation, performance, photography, publication and art and design criticism. Currently Associate Professor in the School of Design, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, he is the founder of Mindful Design Lab and the co-founder of Para/Site Art Space, Habitus Design Space and Choi Yuen Tsuen Livelihood Place in Hong Kong.

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