Art Projects

Science In Art

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Date & Time:
25.3 - 2.6.2024

24 Hours

Venue: Tamar Park

Free Admission

*The Organiser reserves the right to vary, amend, add, or revoke any terms and conditions of participation, the programme content and visit schedule at its sole discretion at any time without prior notice.

About Exhibition

Curatorial Concept

Science and art are often seen as distinct disciplines. But there are indeed instances where they intersect and influence one another. Light may be a subject of science, as in the study of the nature and properties of light. But it may also be an art, as artworks to present the concept of light or display captivating lighting effects.


Artworks

Harbour Cup event photo
The illustration of "Harbour Cup" by local art group LAAB Architects

Harbour Cup

Harbour Cup is an artwork inspired by table soccer. Unlike regular table soccer, the players need to negotiate and decide how they want to play the game, be it competition or collaboration.

Schrödinger’s Bed event photo
The illustration of "Schrödinger's Bed" by local artist Dylan Kwok

Schrödinger’s Bed

The artwork is a playful analogy to the famous quantum mechanics thought experiment, Schrödinger’s Cat and encourages the public to think about the nature of physics.


Harbour Cup
Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 3 or above or "Extreme Conditions"
- The exhibit will be closed
Amber / Red / Black Rainstorm Warning Signal
- The exhibit will be closed

Schrödinger’s Bed
Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 3 or above or "Extreme Conditions" or Red / Black Rainstorm Warning Signal
- The exhibit will be closed
Amber Rainstorm Warning Signal
- The exhibit will remain open

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  • Please maintain a quiet environment to get the best visiting experience.
  • Please interact with the exhibits gently and avoid slapping them.
  • Pay attention to the surrounding audience and environment. Please maintain etiquette and order.
  • Don‘t climb on the exhibit.

All visitors must read and agree to the following terms and conditions before visiting “Science in Art” exhibition or joining any related events.

  • The Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) reserves the right to change the opening hours, suspend or cancel the exhibition without prior notice due to exhibition capacity, special events, repairs, maintenance, inclement weather or any other circumstances. Please visit the webpage of the "Art@Harbour 2024" / Facebook page and Instagram of the "apohere" / Facebook page and Instagram of the "QKpost" for the latest information.
  • All visitors are responsible for their own safety. The LCSD will not be responsible for any accidents or injuries that may occur.
  • While photography and filming are allowed, taking videos and photos for commercial purposes as well as live broadcasting at the venue are strictly prohibited (except prior approval is obtained from the Organiser). Please do not use tripods, selfie sticks or flashlights in the exhibition area.
  • Please safeguard your personal belongings. The LCSD is not responsible for any damage or loss.
  • Please help keep our facilities clean and decent. Do not write upon, mark, soil or damage any exhibit, installation or facility. The LCSD reserves the right to pursue legal action and request compensation for any damage to exhibition properties.
  • No eating/drinking/smoking is allowed in the exhibition area.
  • No loudhailer is allowed in the exhibition area.
  • No pets, explosives, dangerous goods, inflammable goods, sharp objects, scissors or anything that can be used as offensive weapons are allowed.
  • No goods with projection hazards, pressurised properties or any other items of similar consistency are allowed.
  • Dangerous or harmful items (fireworks, flares, dust, smoke grenades or any other type of pyrotechnic items) are prohibited.
  • Weapons of any kind or any objects that look or appear to be weapons or toy guns are prohibited.
  • No alcoholic drinks or any illegal drugs are allowed.
  • No large tripods, folding chairs, stools, etc. are allowed.
  • No remote control flying equipment or toys are allowed, including but not limited to model helicopters and drones.
  • Any items that are considered to be harmful, causing chaos, offensive or hindering the operation of the exhibition or its associated facilities (such as any flags, banners, buntings, posters, flyers, or leaflets with discriminatory or political connotations) and/or other promotional items and displays) are prohibited.
  • The Organiser reserves the right to vary, amend, add, or revoke any of these Terms and Conditions at its sole discretion at any time without prior notice.
  • The Organiser reserves the right to deny entry or request any visitors who do not follow the above Terms and Conditions to leave the Exhibition.
  • In case of any emergency, please follow the instructions of our staff and evacuate.
  • Regarding any dispute arising from the activities, the decision of the Organiser shall be final and binding.
  • For enquiries about exhibition content, please call 2398 9002 from 12:00 noon to 10:00 pm daily from 18/3 – 2/6/2024 or email enquiry@artatharbour.org.

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