My Light, My Hood for The Art of Music
With First Initiative Foundation at Tai Kwun
A car park or car garage houses cars as their home to rest and take us on further and better journey.
Similar to Hong Kong is home to us, where people are nurtured, talents and ideas are gathered to take better shapes, to take us on a better life journey.
For the preview event of the exhibition “My Light, My Hood” for First Initiative Foundation (FIF), ceekayello has selected 4 artworks influenced by the intangible neon light cultural heritage in Hong Kong. We aim to bring different nature-inspired Hong Kong streetscapes, to create a visual conversation to the concrete jungle at the heart of Central.
We have designed a reflective platform with a tilted platform for each artwork so that the guests of FIF could view the artworks from above whilst enjoying their dinner up at the Chinese Library.
We also have the honour to partner with Ian Foster from the Classic Car Club for his Austin Cambridge Car, which is an ex-Hong Kong 1957 taxi to showcase during the event, and arrange the neon light production of the FIF logo and Hong Kong skyline for the lighting ceremony for the night.
Left: Ms. Carina Lau with our Austin Cambridge and FIF neon light logo.
Image courtesy of Hong Kong Tatler
Karen Chan (Creative Director of ceekayello), James Bradburne, Stephen Ip, Clemente Contestabile, Peter Lam, Michelle Ong, Carina Lau, Henry Tang, Leon Ko, Timothy Fok, Juno Mak, Amanda Cheung
ceekayello是次為領賢慈善基金從「My Light, My Hood」展覽精選了四件被霓虹燈此香港視覺文化啟發的藝術品。
December 1, 2018
Tai Kwun Parade Ground