Co-creating Hong Kong

A design exhibition

As part of the Co-creating Hong Kong design exhibition organised by Hong Kong Design Centre (HKDC) and funded by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (HKETO) in San Francisco, Julie & Jesse is showing their latest installation of 24 porcelain vases called ‘The Jingtao Cichang Project’.

Featuring 14 unique projects by Hong Kong’s leading and emerging creative talent, “Co-creating Hong Kong” illustrates how design can foster innovation and bring new perspectives on technology, sustainability, and community.

The exhibition experience starts with interactive technology-oriented projects, leading into sustainability and community’s works. All of the works are supplemented with captions and behind-the-scene materials supplied by participating designers to offer a multi-layered experience.

Co-creation refers to the design process, and their collaborative synergies in carving out Hong Kong’s unique character. It also reinforces Hong Kong’s continual creative collaboration with a dynamic range of cities and countries.

Through an array of design projects and its behind-the-scene stories, design is illustrated as a co-creative methodology to create experiences for forging new dialogues across disciplines, craft and technology, history and the future and diverse communities.

This exhibition is co-hosted by the Hong Kong Design Centre with the support of AIGA San Francisco – the professional association for design.

Where
Chandran Gallery
459 Geary St, San Francisco, California 94102

When
September 15-21

Co-creating Hong Kong

A design exhibition

As part of the Co-creating Hong Kong design exhibition organised by Hong Kong Design Centre (HKDC) and funded by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (HKETO) in San Francisco, Julie & Jesse is showing their latest installation of 24 porcelain vases called ‘The Jingtao Cichang Project’.

Featuring 14 unique projects by Hong Kong’s leading and emerging creative talent, “Co-creating Hong Kong” illustrates how design can foster innovation and bring new perspectives on technology, sustainability, and community.

The exhibition experience starts with interactive technology-oriented projects, leading into sustainability and community’s works. All of the works are supplemented with captions and behind-the-scene materials supplied by participating designers to offer a multi-layered experience.

Co-creation refers to the design process, and their collaborative synergies in carving out Hong Kong’s unique character. It also reinforces Hong Kong’s continual creative collaboration with a dynamic range of cities and countries.

Through an array of design projects and its behind-the-scene stories, design is illustrated as a co-creative methodology to create experiences for forging new dialogues across disciplines, craft and technology, history and the future and diverse communities.

This exhibition is co-hosted by the Hong Kong Design Centre with the support of AIGA San Francisco – the professional association for design.

Where
Chandran Gallery
459 Geary St, San Francisco, California 94102

When
September 15-21