【EXPERIENCE STORE】A Little Too Real: An Enchanted Dream by Vann
19/9 (Sat) 11:00AM
K11 Art Mall
Address: chi K11 art space (B2/F)
Indulge in the jewellery-transformed world with LOMOGRAPHY’s INSTA-MOMENT experience.
How does a display change the perception of the displayed subject? How can jewellery be exhibited and understood in a contemporary dialogue?
Artist Vann Kwok seeks alternative ways to discuss how jewellery is understood in relation to the setting it is being presented. Kwok extends her material language and aesthetics into a surreal home-setting, juxtaposing jewellery with our everyday surroundings. The jewellery-transformed objects present a universe of materiality; together they describe a composition of vivid colours, metamorphic shapes and unusual surface textures.
You're invited to walk into Kwok’s whimsical world which serves as an abstract narrative to address jewellery’s transition from tangible art installations into an intangible visual experience.
Music by SEEAHOLE music curation
Indulge in VANN’s surreal world through the lens and explore film and fashion aesthetics. Try out the LOMO’Instant Wide for instant photos and Lomography Simple Use Film Camera Color Negative 400 for analogue photography with colour filters.
• Instant Photo Experience
• Instant Photo Experience + Analogue Photography Package (Top up with $100)
• Instant Photo Experience + Analogue Photography Package for 10 persons (1-hour private event). For bookings and timeslot availability, please contact the chi K11 art space hotline at 2136 8388.
* Children aged below 12 must be accompanied and supervised by a parent or guardian.
***chi K11 art space will be temporarily (or partially) closed for hosting event. The Experience store will resume to normal afterwards. Thank you for your kind understanding.
- 2020.09.23, WED, 2pm - 5pm
- 2020.09.26, SAT, 3:30pm - 9pm (Zone 1 closed)
- 2020.10.03, SAT, 1pm - 4:00pm (Zone 4 closed)
Vann Kwok (b.1983) is an international award winning jewellery designer from Hong Kong. Having a background in fashion design she extended her interest towards transforming objects into various mediums of art. The experience of rich cultural diversity led Kwok to constantly question what defines her and her designs, how she uses her work in order to embrace the past, embody the present and inspire for the future. She decided to use jewellery as the platform to discuss heritage vs innovation, man vs machines and fashion vs art.