| Curatorial Collaborator : || HULU Culture |
| Artistic Collaborators : || Faculty of Architecture, |
The University of Hong Kong
School of Architecture,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Division of Building Science and Technology,
City University of Hong Kong
| Programme Collaborators : || Don't believe in style, Studio de Dimension de Tofu, Lung and Lam Company Limited, Horizonte, Arts with the Disabled Association Hong Kong and Hiromi Company |
"ArtAlive@Park" is a territory-wide art exploration programme that aims to nurture the creativity of a new generation of university students and let them experience the possibilities of art ─ while also bringing art to people and people to art. Offering a variety of fabulous activities and performance that echo the many aspects of works on display, the exhibition allows the audience to enjoy intimate access to the events and experience a unique journey of artistic creation.
"ArtAlive@Park2012" is divided into three phases: the first exhibition was held at the Tsim Sha Tsui East Waterfront Podium Garden from March to May 2012, showcased the works by students of Faculty of Architecture of The University of Hong Kong, while the second exhibition was held at the Tai Po Waterfront Park from July to September 2012, showcased the works by students of the School of Architecture at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. The third exhibition was held at the Stanley Promenade from November 2012 to January 2013, featured the works by students of Division of Building Science and Technology at City University of Hong Kong. For more details and documentation of the project, please visit website at www.lcsd.gov.hk/specials/ArtAliveatPark2012/ and its Facebook at www.facebook.com/pages/ArtAlivePark/162325117141387.
| Sky Lines, artwork created by The Chinese University of Hong Kong architecture students, rebuilding the sky with a dense array of suspended threads. |
Urban Blinds, artwork created by The University of Hong Kong architecture students, revealing the scenery on both sides of Victoria Harbour through irregular jagged louvers.
Painting with Light, artwork created by the City University of Hong Kong Building Science & Technology students, capturing the movements of flower blooming.