Family Scavenger Hunt and Exhibition TourVIEW EVENT DETAILS
Liminal Encounters Educational Program Series
Scavenger Hunt and Tour
1 ticket = 1 family registration (max 2 adults, 3 children)
About This Program
Get together as a family to experience Asia Society Hong Kong’s first augmented reality exhibition. Download the app and prepare to dive in to this outdoor exhibition where you will learn firsthand how to use the augmented reality technology, and then enjoy a family scavenger hunt that will take you on a journey through the exhibits, and learn about the heritage and history of the ASHK site. So you can learn more about each of the exciting augmented reality art pieces in the exhibition, a curator-led tour will be given after the scavenger hunt.
About The Exhibition
Liminal Encounters is an outdoor art journey that explores the ways technology integrate the virtual world with our real life through artworks that make use of augmented reality (AR). As we are used to accessing information digitally in all aspects of life, the gap between the real and virtual grows closer every day. The three themes of the exhibition reflect the transformation of nature and the city, the impact of virtual information and the place of the individual within a world in flux. The journey includes virtually the works by Kikuji Kawada, Bharti Kher, Lee Bul, Toshio Shibata and Sarah Sze from the BNY Mellon collection, as well as three on-site commissioned installations by Carla Chan, Peter Nelson and Trevor Yeung. Through AR, the exhibition encourages the audience to view their surroundings from new perspectives.
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Asia Society Hong Kong Center, 9 Justice Drive, Admiralty