The QUAD studio was founded by Wai Tang, Charles Ho and Kelvin Chu in 2017, together they have over 50 years of architectural practice experience, with project footprints across continents. The studio aims to embrace utopian freedom to help change the way people live in today’s contemporary society.
Dimension Plus, a New Media Arts Creative Team that focuses on art and technology, was founded by Escher Tsai (Taiwan) and Keith Lam (Hong Kong) in 2009. Their projects focus on New Media-embedded space and cross-discipline interactive design, embedding New Media Arts into the industry, enhancing audience experience by interacting and touching with the media.
21 Dec 2020 - 08 Mar 2020
10:00 - 18:00 (Closed on Every Monday)
Futian Railway Station, Shenzhen
Future Kaleidoscope – Levitation – The installation plays off the narrative created by our installation at The Mills that instead of viewing the artwork vertically, we lay the installation horizontally giving a perception of floating. The installation is split into 2 objects to enhance the experience submerging you into the artwork.
19 Dec 2019 - 15 Mar 2020
10:00 - 22:00
Based on the theme, “2×2: Imagine to Innovate”, we took our inspiration from a title of a book by Philip K Dick, “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep”. Imagine what if androids can dream, what will they dream about? What if we can peer into the mind of an android? What will we see?
With the installation we built a translucent box with a reflective inner layer where we all can peer into a fantasy world a not too distant utopian future. A simulation of an android in a dream state. A reflective inner layer multiplies, it is vision to a boundless infinity.
We call this Future Kaleidoscope – Vertigo as it is hung inside the stair void in The Mills.
The Android’s Dream
The simulation of the android’s dream inside the Kaleidoscope is created by Keith Lam of Dimension Plus. The dream takes us into a dream state that depicts the intensity of buildings, a unique landscape among the world we live in – it is a unique visual pattern in a way that shows the character and living style of Hong Kong.