Admission - "Dai Fujiwara The Road of My Cyber Physical Hands" Exhibition

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登記入場 Admission - 《手尋未來‧藤原大設計展》 “Dai Fujiwara The Road of My Cyber Physical Hands” Exhibition | HKDI Gallery

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【特別公告】HKDI Gallery已於2021年2月22日重新開放,歡迎網上預約參觀《手尋未來・藤原大設計展》,感謝您對HKDI Gallery的支持! 期待您到臨參觀展覽。

【Special Announcement】We're pleased to share that the HKDI Gallery has reopened on 22 February 2021. You are welcome to book a visiting session of "Dai Fujiwara The Road of My Cyber Physical Hands" exhibition here. We look forward to welcoming you! Stay connected to HKDI Gallery!

網上展覽 Online Exhibition

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這是藤原大的思考和創作之道,是一趟從自然和科技,到設計、藝術、社區及社會的旅程,它穿越過去、現在和未來,同時模糊當中的界限。這種狀態可以用天空作比擬——總在我們頭頂之上,同時又分秒變幻。2021年,世界正面對著關鍵時刻,我們希望你能藉此時機,細看藤原大的作品和他致力帶出的如天空般無邊際的新思維。 展覽由即日起至3月28日於HKDI Gallery舉行。

About this Exhibition

Dai Fujiwara is a designer who continues to transcend creative borders. From textiles to product design and beyond, Fujiwara has proposed and delivered dynamic and innovative projects to corporations, educational organisations and the community through his bold and unconventional ideas.

This exhibition is a first-ever look into his earliest works tracing from his time as a student of design up to his most recent creations. It is an exploration into his journey that started with creating objects by hand and gradually expanded into design engineering and addressing social issues.

Fujiwara’s most recent works are two projects that bring creativity in cyberspace into reality. The first is a film featuring a sweater, knitted from yarn made from animal hairs and debris gathered with a handheld vacuum cleaner in the plains of Mongolia and international metropolises (New York and Tokyo). The other is a homage to Matisse, featuring a garment created from a fabric with patterns drawn by a drone as an extension of the hand.

This is the road travelled by the creative, meditative hands of Dai Fujiwara. A journey through different realms, from nature and technology to design, art, community and society; and travels through the past, present, and future, blurring the borders of each. This state can be likened to the sky; always above us but changing with every passing minute. 2021, the world is facing its moment of truth and we hope that you will take this time to survey the works of Dai Fujiwara and his challenge in bringing forth new values at a scale as limitless as the sky. The exhibition will be showcased from now on until 28 March 2021 at HKDI Gallery.

HKDI Gallery at Hong Kong Design Institute

香港知專設計學院 HKDI Gallery


  • 我們將加強HKDI Gallery及校園設施清潔,並為洗手間、升降機、扶手電梯、樓梯扶手、按鍵及公用區域作定時消毒,展覽館將提供消毒地墊及酒精搓手液,並於每節參觀時段之間閉館進行清潔。
  • 為保障每個人的健康,我們限制每日入場人次,如參觀展覽,請先到網站預約,入場前請於香港知專設計學院閘口出示電子預約紀錄。 每次交易可登記最多兩張門票。
  • 進入本館人士須填寫健康申報表。
  • 進入本館人士須接受體溫測量,若有發燒徵狀(等如或高於37.5°C),請勿進入HKDI Gallery。
  • 進入本館人士須使用酒精搓手液。常洗手,避免觸摸面部。
  • 進入本館人士須佩戴自備口罩。
  • 欣賞展覽同時請保持社交距離。
  • 十二歲以下之小童須 由成人陪同入場。
  • HKDI Gallery會檢視情況,需要時將調整有關預防措施。如有查詢,請瀏覽網頁

Special Precautionary Measures

  • The hygiene of the facilities will be strengthened. Regular disinfection of toilets, lifts, escalators, railings, buttons, and all public areas of the campus will be arranged. Sanitising mats and alcohol hand sanitisers will be provided. Enhanced cleansing in between sessions will be conducted.
  • For everyone’s health and safety, capacity is limited, and an advance timed ticket is required for visitors. Reserve online and present your e-ticket at the entrance of the Hong Kong Design Institute (HKDI): Maximum two tickets per registration.
  • A health declaration form must be completed and submitted at the entrance.
  • Visitors are subject to a temperature check before admission. Visitors with fever symptoms (≥ 37.5°C) will not be admitted.
  • Use our free hand sanitiser before admission, wash your hands frequently, and avoid touching your face.
  • Staff and visitors will need to wear their own masks in the gallery.
  • Enjoy the exhibition and maintain social distancing throughout the gallery.
  • Children aged under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • HKDI Gallery will review the situation and adjust relevant preventive measures as and when necessary. For more updated information, please go to .
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