Excessive Enthusiasm: Ha Bik Chuen and the Archive as Practice

AAA HBC Exhibition 3 690 wide.jpgSKY YUTAKA are the Exhibition design partner for Asia Art Archive’s new exhibition, ‘ Excessive Enthusiasm: Ha Bik Chuen and the Archive as Practice’.

As part of a Asia Art Archive pilot project, Excessive Enthusiasm invites the public to experience the Hong Kong artist’s parallel practices that included photographing exhibitions he attended, collecting materials ranging from illustrated magazines to artist portraits, and constructing collage books and  multiple practice of documenting and archiving.

Featuring a bespoke modular system the exhibition design has a flexible approach which responds to various scales and ways of representation and allow the visitor to engage with the various lines of inquiry stemming for Ha Bik Chuen’s vast archive collection and appreciation of the materials and reading of the space.


Date: 11 March – 30 May 2015

Venue: Asia Art Archive, 11/F, Hollywood Centre, 233 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

Art Basel, O-Structure, Hong Kong

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SKY YUTAKA would like to congratulate New York based Studio Christian Wassmann and Francesca Grassi on the success of this year’s Art Basel Open Platform Booth commissioned by Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong.

For our recent transatlantic collaboration SKY YUTAKA assisted in the project management and realisation of this unique ’O-Structure’ together with the dedicated team at AAA.

Mobile M+ : Moving Images exhibition

M+ Exhibition 690 wide.jpgSKY YUTAKA are appointed as the exhibition designer for M+ West Kowloon’s first moving image focused project, Mobile M+ : Moving Images exhibition. Located across two sites in Hong Kong and Kowloon, the exhibition features a diverse range of works by twenty-four Hong Kong and International artists, filmmakers and collectives, from single-channel videos to installations, animations, photography and painting.
‘The exhibition address poignant topics that are relevant to both Hong Kong and global realities, while aiming to reflect on the increasingly complicated concepts of ‘home’. With participations from both Hong Kong and international artists and filmmakers, Mobile M+: Moving Images will present a diverse range of works in various formats and mediums, from feature films and documentaries to artist films/videos, installations, and photography and beyond to visualise the transitional, and at times transformative, experiences of today’s mobile societies.’ – M+ West Kowloon.
The exhibition opens to the public on 13 March until 26th April 2015.
Venue and dates:
(1) Midtown POP
17 & 18/F, Soundwill Plaza II – Midtown, 1 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Tuesday to Sunday, 11am – 7pm
Closed on Monday, except 16.3
(2) Cattle Depot Artist Village
63 Ma Tau Kok Road, To Kwa Wan, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tuesday to Sunday 11am – 7pm
Closed on Monday, except 16.3