Under the City, there is a Beach
Mixtape. 33 minutes.
- Conversation with an audio repairman about getting my speakers fixed, in which I gave my phone number. The number has since been disconnected, 2021.
- Birdsong from a tree by the ferry, 2020.
- Barry Biggs’ “Love Come Down” (1983) pitched slow.
- Dot matrix printer sounds, Pt. 1, 2021.
- Lion Rock protest on September 13, 2019.
- Anita Mui’s “交出我的心” (1983) pitched slow.
- National Day fireworks in front of City Hall in Central, 2018.
- Social distance announcement in Tamar Park in multiple languages, Pt. 1, 2021.
- Barry Biggs’ “If Ever” (1982) pitched slow.
- Dad on Chinese diaspora and being from Hong Kong, 2018.
- Dot matrix printer sounds, Pt. 2, 2021.
- Prince Edward teargas warnings; cop on loudspeaker, 2019.
- Last June 4th protest in Victoria Park. Cicadas and protest chants, 2020.
- Anita Mui’s “赤的疑惑” (1983) pitched slow.
- June 12th protest. Asking ▇▇▇ and ▇▇ to translate Cantonese word for withdrawal, 2019.
- Lamma Island musician singing “Glory to Hong Kong” on a hiking trail, 2019.
- Social distance announcement in Tamar Park in multiple languages, Pt. 2, 2021.
- (As Tears Go By), 2017.
Tiffany Sia is a Hong-Kong born artist, filmmaker, and writer. She is the founder of Speculative Place, an experimental, independent project space hosting residents working in film, writing and art, established in Hong Kong and soon to relaunch as an apparitional project space.