Leave Your Mark at Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong

Leave Your Mark | Intangible Landscape is the latest edition of participatory kinetic works which are both physical and digital exploration of spatial design. This conceptual interactive installation is activated by the mobile device and invites people to connect through the shared experience of exploring our perception of landscape in the digital era. The project…… Continue reading Leave Your Mark at Affordable Art Fair Hong Kong

Culture Masseur Talking Heads Series “Art X Climate Change”

Yutaka and SKY, together with Cesar Harada, will be joining Chill-chat Salon with concept artist Yuki Tazaki following Online Hackathon co-led by Joel Kwong, Programme Director of Microwave International New Media Arts Festival. The event is organised by Hong Kong Art Centre. More information on website below:http://www.culturalmasseur.hk/en/content/art-x-climate-changeDATE AND TIME27 Feb 2021 (Sat) 10:00-13:00 Online Hackathon27…… Continue reading Culture Masseur Talking Heads Series “Art X Climate Change”

deTour Design Festival : Matter of Life

Organised by PMQ, deTour is Hong Kong’s largest design festival and celebrates works and ideas from around 15 designers and design units both locally and internationally. Focusing on the collection of “spirit” during a year of uncertainty the ‘Matter of Life’ curatorial theme explores the role and value of design in everyday life amid our…… Continue reading deTour Design Festival : Matter of Life

Vision 2021 : Business of Design Week 2020

SKY YUTAKA participated as moderator in the BODW event, presented in hybrid live format for streaming on BODW’s customised virtual platform. In an era calling for collaborative creativity, diversity and sustainable and inclusive growth, Yutaka was in conversation with teamLab at this year’s BODW hybrid livestream under this year’s theme of finding clarity in uncertainty.…… Continue reading Vision 2021 : Business of Design Week 2020

Matter Matters, a material art exhibition in Hangzhou

Light Flower 2.0 features in Matter Matters, a material art exhibition in Hangzhou which invites us to reflect on understanding matter and to question the origin of materials and its value and meaning to our life and society. How do we discover, understand, transform, innovate and through collaboration between designers, artists, scientists and creators can…… Continue reading Matter Matters, a material art exhibition in Hangzhou

Seminar at HKDI Landscape Architecture department

Yutaka gave a talk to University of Birmingham x (HKDI) students focusing on our landscape work process, in particular sharing of three recently completed key projects in Hong Kong. In the last few years, SKY YUTAKA have realized works from riverside projects to rooftop landscapes and collaborated with various consultants and experts to create public…… Continue reading Seminar at HKDI Landscape Architecture department

Tradition Meets Innovation

Light Flower 2.0 exhibits at Lane Crawford under the latest ‘Making Moments’ campaign, as a ‘Moment of Creativity’ and in these times of uncertainty, we go back to the core idea of creativity as hope and bring a moment of positive connection and the relationship between craft and technology.Thank you to the support of Lane…… Continue reading Tradition Meets Innovation

Children’s Workshop at Oil Street Art Space

SKY YUTAKA conducted two primary school workshops at the Oil Street Art Space as part of the Leisure & Cultural Services’ annual School Culture Day programme.Starting with an introduction by the Oi! team explaining the brief history of the site and transformation into the current day community gallery space, SKY YUTAKA introduced the installation, inspirations…… Continue reading Children’s Workshop at Oil Street Art Space

Co-creating Hong Kong Design+ Exhibition, San Francisco

Through 14 design projects, “Co-creating Hong Kong” illustrates how Hong Kong’s emerging and leading creative talent applies design thinking to bring new perspectives on technology, sustainability, community. This refers to their co-creative efforts in the design process, as well as their collaborative synergies in carving out Hong Kong’s unique position in the Greater Bay area. It…… Continue reading Co-creating Hong Kong Design+ Exhibition, San Francisco