The Fun Tsang Effigy is a sculpture created collaboratively by members of Disorient Hong Kong and burned during the event. It is a Disorient take on different aspects of the local culture including pagoda, leung ting (old Chinese traveler's rest stop), dragon dance, paper signs, lanterns, piloti architecture, ceremonial/celebratory monuments and bamboo structures.
Tea Pagoda 2019
Version 20190226 by Nick C.
This design is the same size as the previous version except for the following:
- Smaller solid table octagon table (note: currently floating, needs table legs)
- Additional bamboo struts for the fabric roof + lower support
- Ladder on four sides
- Octagon roof hole
Version 20181114 by The Eye
一期一會 (One Life, One Opportunity)
A Tea Ceremony by Jenny and Leanna
The burning of the Tea Pagoda is preceded by a Tea Ceremony shared during a gathering at the Pagoda. Each hour, the Sun-Moon Dial put together from rocks gathered on the beach, is ritualistically moved around the Tea Pagoda, just like the ever-flowing water in sudden contact with the rhythm of a poem, the smoke of insense, or the sight of Buddha.
All day activities in Tea Pagoda:
- tea ceremony
- chinese calligraphy
- sun dial
- planet gazing and birth charting
- ASMR, tech electric sounds
Dimensions: 4m x 4m x 4m
Material: Bamboo, fabric (pink and orange), paper lanterns (pink and orange), drift wood, diesel