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“Seika Art Labo – Expected Unexpected” Pop-up Exhibition

1/5/2022 - 29/9/2022
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time: 10:00am – 8:00pm
venue: S214, Staunton (May)S504, Staunton (Jun-Sep)


There are always things in life running out of your control and you can’t find a solution at the moment. As the saying goes “there is no smoke without fire”, where there is a cause, there will be a consequence.

Shen Congwen (沈從文), a Chinese litterateur, mentioned in his novel “邊城” (Border Town) : “凡事都有偶然的湊巧,結果卻又如宿命般的必然” (which means everything in life happened by chance but the outcome is destined, like fate), a simple and straight forward sentence explained every single issue happening to us.

Seika Studio along with 7 of our artist fellows are trying to discover the linkage between “accidental” and “fate” with the theme “Expected Unexpected”, and share with you the conflicts, happiness, sadness, and other emotions derived in between. The media involved in this exhibition include painting, Illustration, metal work, installation, video, sound and so on.

Venue: S214

  • Billy Ho “It’s a Brand New Day”
  • Date: 2 – 13 / 5 / 2022

  • Lineability “Lineability”
  • Date: 16 – 29 / 5 / 2022

      Venue: S504

    • Kimberly Chong “Seedless”
    • Date: 2 – 17 / 6 / 2022

    • Lio Sze Mei & Chonticha Kaiaroonsuth “Where are the other shores”
    • Date: 20 / 6 – 8 / 7 / 2022

    • Lulu Lam “Narrow Dwelling”
    • Date: 11 – 29 / 7 / 2022

    • Intuon Chau “Beyond Its Light: On Longing”
    • Date: 1 – 19 / 8 / 2022

    • Elaine Wong “Out of Sync”
    • Date: 24 / 8 – 9 / 9 / 2022

    • Seika Studio “All about Crab”
    • Date: 13 – 29 / 9 / 2022

        Know more about Seika Art Labo – Expected Unexpected
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        Facebook: seikastudiohk
        Instagram: @seikastudio

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        Event Information
        Date1/5/2022 - 29/9/2022
        Time02:00 - 12:00
        PriceFree
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        S214, Staunton (May)S504, Staunton (Jun-Sep)

        35 Aberdeen Street ,Central, Hong Kong

        Hong Kong Island

        Central and Western

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        PMQ
        Before revitalisation, PMQ was built in 1951 as the Police Married Quarters. In November 2010, the HKSAR Government announced the plan to preserve the site for creative industries uses. Our major task is to transform a historical compound and develop it into a unique hub of broad appeal to serve the evolving creative industries.
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        Last Updated29/9/2022 12:50