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Experience is not what happens to you. It is what you do with what happens to you. (Aldous Huxley)

Welcome to the homepage of the Experience Design-concentration of the Master of Visual Arts (MVA)-programme of the Academy of Visual Arts. This is our home on the web, and here you can find all the recent news and activities in connection with our programme. Please take a look, and make sure to come back.

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On 17, Jun 2014 | No Comments | In | By Cathy

The Recollection of My Neighbourhood: Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai

by Jimmy Luk

在香港這個繁忙都市裡,人和事每分每秒也在轉變。 每天走過的建築物、常去的飯店、買東西的商店、 熟悉的面孔也可能隨時消失。這個都市已變得冷漠,人們和他們的鄰居、商店的店員聊天已不再常見。我希望能保存這些東西的氣味,保存一個屬於香港的故事,屬於我生活的一部份。

On 17, Jun 2014 | No Comments | In | By Cathy


by Fonny Lau

《記憶時間囊》是你留給摯愛,滿載懷念、關愛和祝 福的匣子,是對生命的禮讚。在你逝世後,藉著以含 有你的骨灰的釉彩來完成的藝術品,生者將與你重建 關係,讓你對他的眷戀情感得以昇華,超越時空界域。

On 16, Jun 2014 | No Comments | In | By Cathy

The Releaser

by Billy Chan

在香港這個繁忙都市裡,人和事每分每秒也在轉變。 每天走過的建築物、常去的飯店、買東西的商店、 熟悉的面孔也可能隨時消失。這個都市已變得冷漠,人們和他們的鄰居、商店的店員聊天已不再常見。我希望能保存這些東西的氣味,保存一個屬於香港的故事,屬於我生活的一部份。

On 08, Jun 2014 | No Comments | In | By Cathy

Dear You: Message in the Sky

by Wyee Tsang

「親愛的」是一個讓用家傳送訊息到未來的應用程式, 訊息均有編碼, 只有在發件人所定的適當時間和地點才能閱讀。

On 08, Jun 2014 | No Comments | In | By Cathy

Boredom Buster

by Max Kong

活在繁華的城市,人們反而覺得自己的生活刻板無聊,從而將時間浪費在Facebook和電視劇上。手機程式「Boredom Buster」讓用家挑戰自己或朋友訂下的生活目標,也可以與有共同興趣的朋友一起建立和實行目標,重新建構生活。對於只講不做的朋友,你更可以透過此程式賞他一掌,或者好心地對他說聲「加油」。

On 29, May 2014 | No Comments | In | By Cathy


by Ka-Kei Chan

by Chan Ka Kei麻雀里的桃花源。

On 29, May 2014 | No Comments | In | By Cathy


by Angress Li

by Angress Li
出走繁囂都市, 不需真的走出城市。放慢腳步, 暫忘時間, 欣賞一下四周, 發掘屬於城市的自然色彩, 給自己一個放鬆悠閒的機會。

On 13, May 2014 | No Comments | In | By Cathy

Canto Opera EX

by Leecat Ho

by Leecat Ho尝试在传统的粤剧艺术中加入新媒体元素, 从中发掘和开拓新方向, 希望给年轻观众耳目一新的感觉。

On 21, Apr 2013 | No Comments | In | By Cathy


by Franki Ho

by Franki Ho

dadibabe builds a bond between the fetus and its father.

The length of pregnancy of a woman is about nine months. In these nine months, women experience manifold physical and psychological changes. They can feel the fetus, its development, movement, and wellbeing directly in their uterus; and the other way round, the fetus also can feel her mother. It is believed that that is how the close bonding between the fetus and its mother would be built before giving birth.


However, how about the father of the fetus? Unfortunately, unlike their female partner, males do not have the direct everyday connection with the fetus and therefore they cannot feel the actual presence or development of the fetus. What he can only do is softly touching or rubbing the belly of his wife, or put the ear on the belly to hear what is happening inside. In fact, there are not much ways for a father to connect with the fetus or “baby” as we fairly referring to in the next nine months. In the worst situation, some men have to work oversea and leave their pregnant wife alone. Then, the minimal physical linkage between them and the baby is cut. Eventually, the men would feel sad and lose the working motivation.


“dadibabe” is a little and easy-carry “egg” for a father-to-be. Because of the design setting of the egg, when the soft light of the egg is turned on, a shadow of the fetus appears on the outside of the eggshell. The fetus’s shape will transform very slowly day by day which represents the growth of the fetus. Dads can feel the heartbeat and warmth by touching the egg. And the virtual fetus inside the egg also will show its reaction to the father accordingly such that the heartbeat of the fetus would speed up to show its happiness and excitement of getting dad’s attention and care.


Furthermore, when the man’s ear is close to the egg, he can listen to the regular heartbeat. This setting replicates the experience of the man hearing the baby from his wife’s belly. Father is recommended to carry the egg everywhere. When he misses the baby, he can take it out to build the bonding by touching the egg anytime.


By the end of the pregnancy months, the man would be mentally well-prepared to be a dad as he has experienced looking after his baby from the beginning of his wife’s pregnancy journey, such as feeling its temperature, its movement and watching its growth. So, “dadibabe” is the connection between Daddy and Baby.

On 21, Apr 2013 | No Comments | In | By Cathy

The Time Capsule

by Ella Poon


Lei Yue Mun is the village where I grew up in Hong Kong and it’s full of memory. Although I now live in Wong Tai Sin since my family had to move due to rural-urban migration. With a bit of luck, many year later, I have a chance to go back to the village where I grew up and I have a chance to re-create my experience for audience – walks through the main gate of Lei Yue Mun and along the pedestrian path.

The video and walk

For some years back I had long passionately to create my first video which is a movie-video walk as what Janet Cardiff and George Bures did. Starting form Jockey Club Lei Yu Mun Plus, viewers are given a 15 minute clip and headphones to get the full effect of the original binaural recording. Audiences are asked to follow the pre-recorded video through the old Lei Yue Mun ,when doing the walk the real sounds mix with the recorded adding another level of confusion as to what is real and what is the past. Audience can respond to what they see, and fulfilling their desires .I hope the overlapping realities lead to a bizarre, abnormal, perceptual confusion in the participant’s brain.

The storyline of Time capsule is quite an easy one. A little girl is looking for her brother and went to bury the time capsule together. After ten years, she came back and the Time Capsule was therefore dug up .However, her quest leads to painful confrontations with the memory of the past .As audiences are asked to follow the girl, they just walk through the main gate and along the pedestrian path of Lei Yue Mun and get the Time Capsule .
Moreover, the important theme is the phenomenon of rural-urban migration in old village. Participants used to travel through the entire village to perform video plays with a message in rural areas. In recent years, an increasingly larger number of artists have been addressing social problems. The Video Walk lasts for only 15 minutes, but after it has ended some spectators are so emotional that they stay after and enjoy the view of Lei Yue Mun Quarry for up to an hour,” says an audience.
In my view, “The video may be an excellent way to stimulate people to sharpen their awareness.. “The core of work is addressing people’s memory. Every individual has its own story, but often those stories are not recorded, leaving much lovely memory hidden, so the main goal is let them create their memory. “

The website
Now I am changing to promote the Time capsule, telling audience the story and meaning behind. In order to let my participants create their Time Capsule, so audiences will find the Time Capsule and the link of website after the video walk. (