poster for False Spaces
[Image: False Spaces]

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Tokyo and Hong Kong both struggle with space issues. In both countries, urban centers must accommodate disproportionately large populations, resulting in buildings growing taller and taller and personal space becoming more and more constricted within public spaces. The concept of “space” itself is open to a wide range of interpretations, spanning from the physical spaces of geography and location to the conceptual spaces of the personal and psychological realms, and even cyberspace. Furthermore, artists construct spaces, in the form of art, which differ from those of the real world in a pursuit to express their own world views. This exhibition explores different perceptions of space through the works of six media artists based in Japan and Hong Kong.

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from October 12, 2019 to November 10, 2019

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