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22 Feb - 28 Mar

HKDI Gallery presents: “Dai Fujiwara The Road of My Cyber Physical Hands”

By Localiiz 1 March 2021

Event Information

START DATE 22 Feb 2021
END DATE 28 Mar 2021
Online & on-site (HKDI Gallery, 3 King Ling Road, Tseung Kwan O)
(+852) 3928 2566

Committed to promoting design education and facilitating dialogue among industry experts, students, and design enthusiasts through partnerships with international museums, institutions and designers, the Hong Kong Design Institute (HKDI) and the Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (IVE) (Lee Wai Lee), together with the HKDI Gallery, are proud to present its flagship exhibition of the year: “Dai Fujiwara The Road of My Cyber Physical Hands” renowned Japanese designer Dai Fujiwara’s first solo exhibition in Hong Kong, as part of their interdisciplinary “#DesignUnfold” programme.

On view from now until 28 March 2021, “Dai Fujiwara The Road of My Cyber Physical Hands,” is a first-ever look into Dai Fujiwara’s creative career that started with creating objects by hand, then gradually expanded into design engineering. Bringing to light some of his earliest works from his time as a student up to his most recent, never-before-seen creations, the exhibition is also a conversation between the present and the future, capturing Fujiwara’s journey through different realms, from nature and technology to design, art, community, and society.

The exhibition will be held both virtually via HKDI Gallery’s website and on-site. In-person visitors will be required to book their preferred timeslots in advance for timed visits.


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