Artists in the Neighbourhood Scheme V Superb Meaningless Invention Exhibition
Presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department Organised by the Art Promotion Office Project Partner: JCCAC Arts Accessibility Service Partner: Jockey Club Arts Accessibility Service Centre, ADAHK Design Partner: Javin Mo
When you come across a difficult problem, how do you go about solving it? Hope you'll get lucky? Ask for help? Or do you do something about it by yourself?
Made up of visual artists, designers, writers, film art directors and musicians, the members of the Superb Meaningless Invention Group may hail from different walks of life, but they share the same vision: refusing to assess the value of their concepts from an economic viewpoint, they devote their hearts and minds to the painstaking design and creation of inventions that will solve small day-to-day problems and fulfil a spiritual need. They choose to make use of their capacity to invent as a way of demonstrating their creativity and pursuing an ideal life.
In this exhibition, they bring to us what they call superb meaningless inventions in the hope of stimulating the creative power within our minds. Only those who persist, who stay true to their ideas and who take action can turn blue-sky ideas into reality!
14 — 25.7.2012
10:00am — 8:00pm daily
Exhibition Gallery, 4/F, Administration Building, Hong Kong Cultural Centre
10 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
28.7 — 7.8.2012
11:00am — 9:00pm daily
L1 Gallery, JCCAC
30 Pak Tin Street, Shek Kip Mei, Hong Kong
Education and Extension Activities Activity 1: Exhibition Guided Tour Guided tour is available for groups/school parties. Please book your tour by phone at least five working days before the planned date of your visit. The time of the tour will be arranged by the Art Promotion Office.
Enquiries Community Art Team, Art Promotion Office Tel : 3101 2712 / 3101 2713 Fax : 2104 7886
Arts Accessibility Service We strive to make our programmes accessible to all. A braille version of the exhibition pamphlet is available, while guided tours and workshops will be organised during the exhibition period for communities with special needs. Please contact the "Jockey Club Arts Accessibility Service Centre, ADAHK" for more details.