11 November 2022 (Friday) – 8 December 2022 (Thursday)
1:00pm – 8:00pm (Mon-Fri)
11:00am – 6:00pm (Sat-Sun)
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Twenty-One Twenty-One is an imagination of Hong Kong in year 2121 by architectural poet Wyan Yeung. A hundred years later, some inhabitants on Earth might moves to Mars, while some stay. This suffocating living environment forces the residents to purify their secular desire for fancy living spaces to internal dialogues in mind and soul.
One side of the exhibition is a retrospective of the Hong Kong historic nano-building in 2021. All ‘artifacts’ in form of installation art had deteriorated over time. Visitors are viewing as if they were living in 2121. The emergence of the metaverse in 2022 has encouraged human beings to pursuit pleasure and desire in an inward-looking manner. By that time human beings have managed to break down the distinction between the real and unreal worlds.
Curated by composers GayBird and Vanissa Law, The Missing Link consists of three Arts Tech exhibitions, an immersive performance, and a series of open lectures concerning the current issues in the use of technology in arts. By introducing two essential elements in music – timeliness and performative into art forms that have not yet existed, the two composers/curators wish to inspire new creations and to offer new dimensions to existing art forms. Through the creation of multimedia artworks, the artists would explore ways to deploy technology for the sake of storytelling.
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