Related Staff : Nasrine Seraji, Roberto Requejo Belette, Lim Jae Hyun
The Tower of Blah attempts to reveal (or expose) through infographics, rather than design, the particulars of Hong Kong and its relationship to Towers. Its status as the city with most towers requires close inspection, for this condition need not mean richest, densest or most livable. How then, does Hong Kong compare to other territories, other incomes, and other areas? Are towers, as evident in this exhibition, to be perceived as opportunities to showcase prowess (of all sorts), or should they be seen as telling symptoms of the state of the economies, territories and societies that harbour them?