New media art shines at Art Central Hong Kong 2016

by Leona Liu on Feb 24, 2016 in Lifestyle
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As a highlight of Art Week Hong Kong, Art Central 2016 will celebrate new media art as well as supporting emerging young artists

As a main attraction of Art Central 2016 that will return to the Central Harbourfront 23-26 March 2016, artist Elaine Ng will present her renowned new media work Sundew that brings textiles, electronics, bio-mimicry, interiors and installations together to Hong Kong.

Swarovski - Sundew by Elaine Ng

Designer Elaine Ng and her work Sundew

Originally commissioned by Swarovski to develop a piece for Design Miami, Ng, founder of The Fabrick Lab and a visionary multi-media artist  will expand the installation from the original three pieces to five pieces for Art Central. By emulating a sundew plant that attracts and kills its prey, the fixture will bring a very unique and multi-sensory experience. It moves in response to sound and movement, and has two scents.

2.3 Art Central exterior

Art Central 2015 at Central Harbourfront

Moreover, the fair will showcase over 100 hand-selected galleries from 20 countries, 70% hailing from 23 cities across greater Asia. According to Fair Director Maree Di Pasquale, the event that aims to elevates Hong Kong to an Asian hub of contemporary art, will have an emphasis on supporting young artists this year.

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