Terra Mobiles at PMQ Hong Kong, Photos

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Very thankful to have shown Terra Mobiles at PMQ, a project that engages the public, encourages participation and embraces the spirit of collaboration in a time of social distancing.

Here are a few images of the exhibition.

Photo credit: PMQ

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Very thankful to have shown Terra Mobiles at PMQ, a project that engages the public, encourages participation and embraces the spirit of collaboration in a time of social distancing.

Here are a few images of the exhibition.

Photo credit: PMQ


Pocket Garden at Soho House Hong Kong, Photos

Critically Homemade

A Design Trust initiative

Featuring over 70 unique prototypes by artists, designers and architects from around the world.

“DESIGN TRUST: Critically Homemade” has been a micro-initiative rooted in the idea of community, recognizing its essential role in paving a positive and productive road forward. This micro-initiative conceptualised by Marisa Yiu (Co-Founder / Executive Director of Design Trust) expresses innovation, reflection, lightness and hope, where small acts of making, and gestures of generosity expand to more support within and around communities.

Here are a few images of the exhibition.

Photo credit: Design Trust

Critically Homemade

A Design Trust initiative

Featuring over 70 unique prototypes by artists, designers and architects from around the world.

“DESIGN TRUST: Critically Homemade” has been a micro-initiative rooted in the idea of community, recognizing its essential role in paving a positive and productive road forward. This micro-initiative conceptualised by Marisa Yiu (Co-Founder / Executive Director of Design Trust) expresses innovation, reflection, lightness and hope, where small acts of making, and gestures of generosity expand to more support within and around communities.

Here are a few images of the exhibition.

Photo credit: Design Trust


Upcoming exhibition at PMQ, Hong Kong

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Re-edit is a showcase initiated by Hong Kong’s creative hub, PMQ.

Julie & Jesse will be showing Terra Mobiles. Do come and visit and interact with our mobile sculptures.

This exhibition opens with a poetic fantasy, the Bao Shan, which presents an imaginative landscape inspired by traditional Chinese culture: a ritual of the local fishing communities praying for safety from pirates. It is juxtaposed with ten distinctive designs by some of the most promising design talents of Hong Kong’s next generations. The key themes of the exhibition centre on layers of identity: from identity on a personal level, such as what we think, where we fit in, what we are attached to, and what piques our curiosity and creativity, to brand identity and city status, such as what our social norms are, what the relationship between fast culture and urban life is like, and what propels our designs into the future.

Nowadays, culture, design and business are fields that increasingly overlap as more and more leading businesses take on the humanistic task of re-editing and re-launching values, skills, standards of education and knowledge exchange, and all in all, standards of humanity. The works in this showcase reflect how subjects of identity are shaped by language, place, community, media, technology, social and political consciousness, heritage, sustainability, craftsmanship, customs, beliefs and more.

Where
PMQ

When
18 September 2020 to 4 October 2020

Opening hours 
11 am to 8 pm

Re-edit

Re-edit is a showcase initiated by Hong Kong’s creative hub, PMQ.

Julie & Jesse will be showing Terra Mobiles. Do come and visit and interact with our mobile sculptures.

This exhibition opens with a poetic fantasy, the Bao Shan, which presents an imaginative landscape inspired by traditional Chinese culture: a ritual of the local fishing communities praying for safety from pirates. It is juxtaposed with ten distinctive designs by some of the most promising design talents of Hong Kong’s next generations. The key themes of the exhibition centre on layers of identity: from identity on a personal level, such as what we think, where we fit in, what we are attached to, and what piques our curiosity and creativity, to brand identity and city status, such as what our social norms are, what the relationship between fast culture and urban life is like, and what propels our designs into the future.

Nowadays, culture, design and business are fields that increasingly overlap as more and more leading businesses take on the humanistic task of re-editing and re-launching values, skills, standards of education and knowledge exchange, and all in all, standards of humanity. The works in this showcase reflect how subjects of identity are shaped by language, place, community, media, technology, social and political consciousness, heritage, sustainability, craftsmanship, customs, beliefs and more.

Where
PMQ

When
18 September 2020 to 4 October 2020

Opening hours 
11 am to 8 pm