Ghost Choir Karaoke

is set up as a commemoration of the 1989 Democratic Movement of Tiananmien Square in Beijing.
In the performance, a group of ghosts from The Arts Choral Group – a choir of art students playing
an important role in the first sequence of large-scale demonstrations back in 1989 – revisits two sites
of symbolic character to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of these historic riots. The performance is also
an investigation into what I call cloning: The appropriation of the aesthetics of the opponent, here
used by the chinese students to critizise the Communist Party.