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24 May - 08 Jun

ArtisTree presents: “ArtisTree Selects: Lights In/Out Film and Exhibition”

By Localiiz 20 May 2021

Event Information

START DATE 24 May 2021
END DATE 08 Jun 2021
ArtisTree, 1/F, Cambridge House Taikoo Place, 979 King’s Road, Quarry Bay
(+852) 2844 6300

As part of the Swire Properties Arts Month 2021 programme, ArtisTree presents “ArtisTree Selects: Light In/Out Film and Exhibition” from 18 May to 8 June 2021. Marrying fashion with movement, film, photography and the visual arts, this project from Norwegian artist Fredrik Tjærandsen features a large-scale installation, the dance film “Light In/Out,” and a collection of striking photographs.

Featuring Tjærandsen’s signature bubble dresses, which earned him viral attention and the prestigious L'Oréal Professional Young Talent Award, this exhibition takes visitors on a journey that combines space, time, and light. Visitors can interact with shapes, movement and visual textures in the exhibition. They are also invited to explore a four-metre high, three-dimensional sculpture constructed with the same material as that of the bubble dresses—sustainably and responsibly sourced natural rubber latex from Sri Lanka—and view the “Light In/Out” film that was shot around Taikoo Place last year. 

Supplementing the exhibition is a collection of photographs by British photographer Carlos Jimenez. The collection features the bubble dresses in different forms and colours, created for the live fashion event series Fashion in Motion at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum in 2020.

Click here to register for “ArtisTree Selects: Light In/Out Film and Exhibition”.


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