HKDI Gallery Presents

About the Exhibition

This exhibition at the Hong Kong Design Institute’s Experience Centre showcases a selection of distinctive bachelor’s, master’s and research projects from the seven subject areas of the Department of Design at Zurich University of the Arts: Game Design, Interaction Design, Knowledge Visualisation, Visual Communication, Trends & Identity, Industrial Design, Cast and Audiovisual Media. The projects reflect the notion of design, how design is understood and taught today, and how design can contribute to social and technological innovation. They investigate how digitalization – and a conscious approach to it – have assumed increasing importance within the discipline, and how designers are dealing with this in a strategic as well as a critical way in order to impart knowledge. Whether in a playful or serious context, the exhibition is a celebration of the partnership between the two academic institutions. 

 

Cast/ Audiovisual Media

Game Design

Interaction Design and Industrial Design

Interaction Design

Knowledge Visualisation

Trends and Identity

Visual Communication

Events & Public Services

Opening & Lecture

Date: 5 Oct 2018 (Friday)
Cocktails: 6pm
Opening & Lecture: 6:30pm
Venue: Hong Kong Design Institute
Lecture Speaker: Prof Hansuli Matter, Head of Design, Zurich University of the Arts
  Prof Michael Krohn, Head of the Master of Arts in Design, Zurich University of the Arts
  Karin Zindel, Research Associate of the Master of Arts in Design, Zurich University of the Arts


Public Guided Tours

Guided Tours can be arranged to schools and community groups by advanced booking. Registration and enquiries: hkdi-gallery@vtc.edu.hk / +852 3928 2566 

Visit Us

Exhibition Period 
6.10.2018 - 27.01.2019
(Closed on Tuesdays, 25.11.2018, 2.12.2018 and 9.12.2018)

Opening Hours 
10:00 - 20:00

Venue 
Experience Centre, Hong Kong Design Institute
3 King Ling Road, Tseung Kwan O
(MTR Tiu Keng Leng Station Exit A2)

Enquiries
hkdi-gallery@vtc.edu.hk / +852 3928 2566

Acknowledgement