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Audio Visual

In support of the Hong Kong Guide Dogs Association, SKY YUTAKA are exhibiting new work entitled “Audio Visual” for an upcoming mixed media group exhibition on Friday 4th – Sunday 6th November 2016. Our site specific kinetic sound installation will be part of the 2 day ‘Living Eyelands’ exhibition which addresses issues and themes related […]

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Farrells Travelling Exhibition Shenzhen

Following the Stage One Hong Kong launch, Urban Dialogue successfully opened in Shenzhen for the first stop in the International tour. The exhibition continues the curatorial framework in context of overseas locations and promote dialogue about the role of urban design at a time of global urbanisation with local audiences. Co-inciding with the 2016 Council […]

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Summer Edition 9 of K11’s Artoid

Summer Edition 9 of K11’s Artoid is available at K11 which features a review of the past exhibitions and culture events including Urban Sense (p6) and Art Infinity Education programme of which Sarah participated in training the great team of enthusiastic Junior Docents in the exhibition design approach, curatorial and shared narratives of each art work […]

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Garden of Generosity

SKY YUTAKA’s design and installation for The Chinese University of Hong Kong custom interactive signage has been recognised by the ‘Council for Advancement and Support of Education’ (CASE) July / August 2016’s Currents magazine as one of the most innovative and creative “World’s BEST Stewardship Ideas” for educational institutions and top nonprofits. Selected from international case studies, […]

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ICSC 2016 Asia-Pacific Awards

Sarah has been invited as part of the jury panel of the New York based ICSC Asia-Pacific and China Awards for her 6th consecutive judging in the Design and Development categories. The International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) recognizes and honours the industry’s most cutting edge properties, innovative solutions and creative responses to market trends, […]

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Extension of the Urban Dialogue exhibition to the Peak Tower

Following a successful launch with a record 20,000 visitors in the first week of opening, the Fringe exhibition now joins the Peak Tower exhibition until July 5th 2016. The month long celebration of events kick-started with a pre-opening lecture entitled ’The City as a Tangled Bank’ by Sir Terry Farrell in Chinese University of Hong […]

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Vertical Winery Room

SKY YUTAKA were invited to imagine a project for the ‘Spend It’ column of June issue of SCMP’s Style Magazine. Taking on the brief for designing a micro winery for wine lovers, we took on the challenge for designing an extraordinary wine brewery space which combines the luxury of making wine in the fully articulated […]

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In dialogue with Farrells

SKY YUTAKA curated and designed the Urban Dialogue exhibition at The Fringe Club and The Peak Tower which opened on 15th April 2016. In celebration of Farrells office 25 years in Hong Kong, the curatorial theme focuses on the architect- planner approach to city making and the exhibition is composed around a series of narratives and the […]

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Shilpa Gupta Exhibition at AAA

‘That Photo we never got’ is part of the ’15 Invitations for 15 Years’ series which is a research project taking form in Asia Art Archive’s library. A diverse collection of works, Gupta’s practice explores the dynamics of contexts, perception and cartographies of knowledge which incorporates methods of archiving into her work. Drawing from the […]

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Sensing the City

Starting ahead of Hong Kong Art Week 2016, Urban Sense opened on Friday 18th March with a launch party set amongst the atrium installation, ‘Golden Bubbles’. In collaboration with K11, the exhibition explores the nature of Hong Kong’s urban context, city making and the elements which make up our experience of the city through the different senses […]