"Beyond Boundaries" is a series of cross disciplinary explorations, consisting of three exhibitions : "City Re-stitched", "Village Rethink" and "Spatial Wear-iable". We have invited cross-over and collaborations of movie, countryside and fashion to discover and venture into the unknown and possibilities.
Jun — Aug : "City Re-stitched" was a spatial cinematic experiment. As a collaboration beyond boundaries, architects Alison Chan, Serena Tse and Chris Tsui played with the viewing experience of movies. They discovered the relationship between architecture and film with the element of time in the physical space. Frames in Hong Kong, the creative process included reconstruction of architectural elements found in film and the fragments of cityscape. The scenes of the cityscape in movies are valuable documentation of the city.
Aug — Nov : Participating artists of "Village Rethink" Brian Kam, Bong Yeung and Humphrey Wong thought outside of the box, and encouraged rethinking and dialogues on the topic of juxtaposition of urban development and countryside conservation through diversified social experiment. They hoped to lead a breakthrough by creating various possibilities of ideal village.
Dec — Feb : "Spatial Wear-iable" is an exploration tribute to architecture and fashion. Architects Fei Mui, Aron Tsang and Wesley Ho exchanged the materials with the fashion designers to experiment with the limits and potentials of typical materials, and subverted the stereotype in materiality by creating new combination of materials. They hope to bring an alternative interpretation of materiality to audience.
We believe everything is closely connected and interdependent. The sector has always been an indefinite boundary.
Date : 15.6.2019 — 8.2.2020
Venue : Activity room 2, Oi!