UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG
FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE
Exhibitions

“Drawing Conversations with Nature” Exhibition @ PMQ

“Drawing Conversations with Nature” Exhibition @ PMQ
Date:
20-May-2022 - 21-Jun-2022
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Venue:
S314, 3/F, Staunton (Block A), PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong
Title:
“Drawing Conversations with Nature” Exhibition @PMQ

This exhibition showcases the collective works by the HKU Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies Year 3 students in their Fall Design Studio in 2019 – 2021.

Our exploration begins with researching nature by drawing, analyzing, and unveiling the substrate that entails various coordinated disciplines speaking to one another in a natural phenomenon where vegetables and fruits grow as ordinary objects of study. Using architectural tools such as scale, plans, sections, dissections, transparency, and alternative languages, students may invent new tools, techniques, and methods for their drawing translations.

This exhibition will challenge the ways of seeing the world around us and discover new possibilities through a reading of representation and abstraction with depth and imagination.

We aim to develop a deeper understanding of forms, space, and material organization that describe the environment in terms of performance, structure, life cycle, and energy processing. Through these drawings, we will discover how nature grows and search for the relationship between architecture and our built environment.


Curator:
Miho Hirabayashi

Year 3 Studio Coordinator:
Thomas Tsang

Student Contributors:
All students of the HKU BA(AS) Year 3 Fall Studio, 2019-2021


Information of the feature workshops will be announced on our Eventbrite website in due course. For enquiries, please contact Ms. Isabel Wong of the Department of Architecture, HKU at (Tel: 3917 2136, Email: isabel.wong@hku.hk). Please visit the official webpage of the HKU Architecture Gallery for more information.


This exhibition will observe social distancing measures set out by the government. Visitors can walk in but may be required to take turns to enter the gallery.

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