Enoch Cheng : Stagnant Water Dead Air

2 episodes in total. (Duration: 20 minutes per episode )

Stagnant Water Dead Air
2020, the world has exploded. Silence. Information overflows in reconfiguration. Will there be brightness after chaos? How dead is Dear Air? How white is White Noise? While listening to the nuances of sound at the very moment, try to perceive it, unpack it, and imagine it. Fill in the gaps. Connect the fragments of stories in this second and this minute, so as to discover the possibility to enter the next moment of time. As if, in the stagnant water, witness the birth of microbes, and experience it as the holy spring of the universe. This is an experience of a ghost seeing a therapist.


Enoch Cheng is an independent artist. Concerned with the everyday subtleties in modern lives, his multidisciplinary practice—involving installation, dance, performance, curation, fashion, and the moving image—explores recurrent themes of place, travel, fiction, migration, human and natural history. Currently, in New York as an Asian Cultural Council’s Altius Fellow, Enoch is an artist-in-residence at the American Museum of Natural History researching natural sciences and history. He received his MA in Creative Writing at Goldsmiths, London and a BA in English Literature and Art History at the University of Hong Kong.