H O K O will be presenting the film + book titled ” a man, about ” for this exhibition. Hope to see you there!
TRANSMISSION: EXPERIENCE creates an outlet for telling and circulating stories and interpretations materializing through art and design. Whether involving mental, physical or virtual, a dredged- up or residual memory of an experience will continue to reside in one’s mind. Through examining the extraction, conservation and continuation of personal stories and memories to be preserved for posterity, memories are temporarily made tangible in this exhibition. Drawing upon the common theme that characterize our existence and shape lives, it aptly sets the stage for what brings together diversity- experiences.
Exhibition Duration: 1 October - 15 October 2010
Opening hours 10am to 6pm, open daily except Mondays and public holidays
1st Ave Machine / Arvind Palep (USA)
Alice Soedirman (Medan, Indonesia)
Aya Kato (Tokyo, Japan)
Chris Ro (USA)
Groovisions (Tokyo, Japan)
H O K O (Singapore)
I am David Sparkle (Singapore)
Jezlyn Tan (Singapore)
Joseph Siow (Singapore)
Keiichi Tanaami (Tokyo, Japan)
Khaki Creative & Design / Nod Yan (China)
Koshi Kawachi (Japan)
Makoto Yabuki (Tokyo, Japan)
Maria Vittoria Benatti (Italy)
Masako Okamura (Tokyo, Japan)
Melvin Galapon (London, UK)
Michael Kutsche (USA)
Nguyen Thanh Phong (Vietnam)
Romy Bluemel (Berlin, Germany)
Soh Ee Shaun (Singapore)
Stephanie Metz (San Francisco Bay, USA)
The Analog Girl (Singapore)
Theseus Chan (Singapore)
Timothy Lee Hon Hung ( London)
Tugboat Printshop (Pittsburg,PA, USA)
Information, specimens and drawings of the fruits and spices displayed on the shelves.
Also providing tactile information , you can smell and feel the fruits with your senses.
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hand-made with taiwanese cypress wood, this DIY box contains all the tools needed to make a jar of candied kumquats.
a big family signed up for the workshop. we took this opportunity to put our DIY box to use.
we like the idea of slowing people down, to enjoy a slow and relaxing process of making candied kumquats with the tools from the box.
poking the fresh kumquats with toothpicks…
adding sugar and salt …
A mini ‘laboratory’ for wonders and discoveries.
A collaboration between HOKO and AMA architectural studio in Taiwan, the AGRIOZ museum + cafe project is finally completed.
Here are some images of the cafe …
more photos will be updated for the museum and DIY sections …