So I don’t really know sometimes if it’s because of culture began as a series of conversations between artist Leung Chi Wo and two Moroccan women living in Hong Kong. Assia, born in Morocco, was trained as an interior designer and came to Hong Kong with her husband, an investment banker; she’s now a housewife. Saloua, born in France, is an architect who was sent by her firm to start up a studio in Hong Kong. The conversations were adapted as a 4-channel video installation commissioned by the Marrakech Biennale 2012.
So I don’t really know sometimes if it’s because of culture is an artist book that documents the project. It is designed by award-winning designer Luk Chi Cheong, and includes an artist interview conducted by Berlin-based curator Carson Chan and essay by art historian Pamela Kember on Leung Chi Wo’s artistic practice.
So I Don’t Really Know Sometimes If It’s Because of Culture
Hardcover, 112 pages, full color illustrations, one interview and one essay.