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K11 hosts exhibition that blends music and architecture

by Leona Liu on Apr 5, 2016 in Lifestyle
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 K11 presents Urban Sense, a unique exhibition combining architecture and music, with contributions by international architects, multi-disciplinary artists and local musicians

In the hope of promoting art development in Hong Kong, K11 is currently holding an exhibition that includes works from a range of different artists and architects who work with different media.

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Street photographer Sarah Choi from Korea presents We are Living in Colours at the exhibition, capturing the buildings and streets of Hong Kong. These photos demonstrate the vivid and beautiful moments of the city, as well as its constantly changing and fading traces.

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German architect Tobias Klein‘s Urban Scan combines the actual and digital qualities of Hong Kong. It consists of filmic fragments, audio recordings, photos and data on Google Earth in the form of a physical exhibit. The work aims to re-articulate the status quo between our information space and the actuality of the physical Hong Kong.

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Golden Bubbles, designed by Beijing-based People’s Architecture Office is a 17.5-metre-high inflatable golden installation, spanning the atrium and weaving between multiple levels and escalators.

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Intuition by Atelier J-AR Hong Kong is an interactive bamboo forest which allows the visitors to view, touch, feel, listen to and smell. Penetrating light through the gaps in between bamboos' ring-shaped sections, the bamboo will adjust the brightness according to the motion of the audience.

Details

Venue: K11, 18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Date: Until May 15, 2016

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