Hong Kong Arts Centre and Goethe-Institut Hongkong, join hands for “Anywhere Out of the World”, the solo exhibition of the 22nd ifva Awards Media Art Category winner Hui Wai-keung.
Explores the Wonder of Fourth Dimension using New Media Arts
Exhibition Opening: 7 Nov 2017 (Tue), 7:00pm
Exhibition: 8 Nov – 2 Dec 2017 (Mon-Fri: 10am-8:30pm, Sat: 1-6pm)
Venue: Goethe-Gallery & Black Box Studio, Goethe-Institut Hongkong
Anywhere Out of the World brings together the works of Hui Wai-keung, the 22nd ifva Awards Media Art Category Best Local work winner, in an exhibition about near and far, known and unknown, reality and possibility. This exhibition is the first local solo exhibition of Hui, which place the focus on revealing Hui’s wonder of the higher dimensions that exist beyond our physical realm.
Human beings are trained to accustom and believe everything seen and touched with physical body in our living world. But in this three dimensional space, do multiple universes silently happen between gaps of our perception, or even create changes out of our cognition? Inspired by Professor Linda Dalrymple Henderson’s spatial imagination, Hui starts his own visual study in fourth dimension and the idea is presented prominently throughout his works.
The exhibition contains media experience, including video projections, installations and virtual reality, to explore a new interpretation of space though visual studies and retain an awareness of the potential existence of possible hyperspaces out of the world.
Synchronize @ Rock
Real-time generated graphics
Caught Naked in Silence of Hyperspace
Programming the nature @ Import earthquake XML into underworld
Slide Film Documentation
Anywhere Out of the World
Real-time generated graphics, Duel-Channel Video
Moving images generated from Video Game Hack, Three-Channel Installation
*The 22nd ifva Awards Media Art Category Best Local Work
About the Artist
Hui Wai-keung was born and lives in Hong Kong. He received his MFA from School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong, and graduated in diploma in Fine Art from Hong Kong Art School. Hui has exhibited locally and aboard, including 404 Electronic Art Festival and Milan Triennale. His work Re-Dürer is awarded the 22nd ifva Awards Media Art Category Best Local Work.