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Digital art showcase “Chromaflux” lights up the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront

By Celia Lee 9 April 2024

Header image courtesy of Sino Group

If you were too busy to catch all the different programmes and events during Arts Month, fear not—there are still plenty of creative projects and pop-ups around the city! Among them is Sino Group’s large-scale digital art project with non-profit organisation HKWalls. Not to be missed, “Chromaflux” features a multimedia street-art exhibition that brings together local and international artistic talents in a splendid harbourfront showcase.

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“Chromaflux” is part of HKWalls’s 2024 Street Art Festival, which ran successfully with walls around the city being decorated in a wide variety of street art and graffiti. The digital installation extends the fleeting beauty of street art to a bigger scale and illuminates the Sino LuminArt Façade with a showcase of artistic talent from Hong Kong and beyond.

German artist Bond Truluv brings a touch of fantasy to our iconic Victoria Harbour with a digital dreamscape filled with optical illusions. French artist Frederic Bussiere adds blooming fibres that mimics fireworks, while Czech artist Pavel Mrkus contributes to the project with a video that plays with light, shadow, and geometry. Hong Kong artist duo Kristopher Ho and Andy Lau bring hyper-realistic digital sketches to life with dynamic motion graphic designs. Last but not least, popular street artist Lousy’s iconic love letter concludes the digital showcase expressing symbolism of peace and love.

“Chromaflux” is on show every night from 6 pm to 11 pm. Catch this awe-inspiring showcase tonight! (Our pro tip is to watch the show from the opposite side of the harbour, around the East Coast Park Precinct in Fortress Hill, or from a ferry crossing Victoria Harbour.)

Sino Group x HKWalls 2024 Street Art Festival: “Chromaflux” New Media Art Exhibition

When: Now till 5 May

Where: Sino LuminArt Façade, Tsim Sha Tsui Centre and Empire Centre, Mody Road

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Celia Lee

Staff writer

Born and raised in Hong Kong and educated in the UK, Celia is passionate about culture, food, and different happenings in the city. When she’s not busy writing, you can find her scouting for new and trendy restaurants, getting lost in a bookstore, or baking up a storm at home.