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In Pictures: Interactive artwork and music wow festivalgoers as Clockenflap gets into full swing

Interactive artwork and a diverse succession of sets wowed festivalgoers as the Clockenflap festival continued into its second day.

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Photo: Chris Lusher.

On Saturday, headliners The Prodigy and Stormzy got the crowd moving as tribute act The Bootleg Beatles led the audience in an epic singalong by the Central habourfront.

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The Prodigy. Photo: Chris Lusher.

Aside from the music, attendees enjoyed an array of interactive art pieces.

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Photo: Luke Van der Kamp.

Balloon Chain, a gigantic sculpture made of helium-filled balloons, brightened up the harbour as it continued to change, shaped by the passing wind throughout the weekend.

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Silent Disco. Photo: Tang Kam Hong Kenneth.

Clockenflappers also explored Bound and Wavey Weavey, cave-like installations created by architectural students from CUHK, and Cave of Denial, and installation built from discarded material found on Hong Kong streets.

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Bound. Photo: Luke Van der Kamp.

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Wavey Weavey. Photo: Phey.

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Footprints. Photo: Richa Sengupta.

Sunday’s performers include UK electronic legends Massive Attack, Portland indie survivors The Dandy Warhols, Danish electropop star MØ, psychedelic rock masters Pond and Cantopop mavericks Supper Moment. Full lineup here.

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In Pictures: Interactive artwork and music wow festivalgoers as Clockenflap gets into full swing