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[LIMITED-TIME] MoMA Design Store ‘The Record Shop’ Pop-Up

‘The Record Shop’ pop-up tributes to the harmonious intersection of music and design as a reflection on 20th-century pop culture, bringing together a robust selection of new LPs, books and renowned audio equipment with both incredible sound and design.

In addition to the debut of The Record Shop pop-up, MoMA Design Store Hong Kong celebrates its 1st anniversary at K11 MUSEA with special shopping privileges on 11-27 September. For each of the following spending levels, customers will enjoy different special tiered offers:


Enjoy 10% off upon spending HK$500

Enjoy 15% off upon spending HK$1,000

Enjoy 20% off upon spending HK$2,000


Extra Limited–Time Rewards:

18 – 20 September: Receive a complimentary HK$200 MoMA gift card per HK$2,000 spent (gift card valued at maximum HK$600)

18 September: Receive a complimentary HK$100 MoMA gift card upon spending HK$3,000 at K11 MUSEA

From now on
10:00 - 22:00
1F (Near Mulberry)
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Chief Producer Adrian Cheng Director Cheng Ran Starring Carina Lau

Conceived as a sequel to Cheng’s work Always I Trust in 2014, which was inspired by a computer-generated spam email sent to the artist by an unknown woman, Cheng continues to explore the subject of emotional isolation experienced by city dwellers. Contrary to the previous piece, the new work is taken from the perspective of an abandoned hacked email account that auto-generates unintelligible messages to hundreds of recipients, creating a random list that reverberates in the virtual city network. Starring acclaimed actress Carina Lau, Always I Distrust constructs a fantasy world in a fictional setting, a space for listening and meditation, immersing the viewers in an abstract yet magnificently tactile and interactive time-space, as they traverse liquid spaces and interconnected portals in a nine-minute experience.

Cheng Ran stated, “If urban construction is done by thousands of unknown workers, then the construction of the information city should include these ‘virtual builders’. As rapid urban development brings unprecedented technological changes, the relationship between cities and people has evolved accordingly. This relationship now stands at a new crossroad, over a new horizon.”

Inspired by this concept, Always I Distrust constructs a fantasy world in a fictional setting, a space for listening and meditation, immersing the viewers in an abstract yet magnificently tactile and interactive time-space, as they traverse liquid spaces and interconnected portals in a nine-minute experience.

In the video work, Carina Lau plays different roles to interpret various emotional states of people in the current world. It visually creates a meditation space that is forgotten in the infinite depth of the Internet, wrapping audience’s senses in an environment of constant exploration and allowing them to search for the answer to the confusion of this century.

Affected by the pandemic, Cheng Ran and Carina Lau were unable to produce the work together on site. Unlike the previous video works, artist, director and teams cooperated remotely to complete the cross-regional production, which fully shows the current social situation and the action status.

Carina Lau expressed, “I appreciate Cheng Ran very much and I am pleased to work with him again. This is the first remotely filming experience I have had. The process of using various technologies to conduct in-depth communication with the artist and teams are new and special. I hope to use modern technology, as well as my personal experience and feelings, to produce a work that resonates with the audience.”

Click here to watch behind-the-scenes

Presented by: K11 Art Foundation
Producer: Adrian Cheng
Co-producer: Martin Goya Business
Virtual Reality in Partnership with: HTC VIVE ART
Starring: Carina Lau
Director: Cheng Ran
Executive Director & Director of Photography: Oneness Zeng
Executive Producer: Ricky Choy
Screenwriter: Da Mian
Sound Artist: Wang Wenwei
Visual Artist: Tou Henwan, Rundong Chao, Jinkun Zhu
1st AD: Gerry Li
Camerawoman: Etienne Leung
1st AC & Gaffer: Chau Siu Hang
2nd AC: Kate Siu
Sound man: Tong Fung
Production Assistants: Toky Wang , Billy Chan, Hu Ze
BTS video: Wallas Lin

Gold Ball, 2F, K11 MUSEA
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Xiao Yu
H210 x W173 x D147 cm

The term "BB", with its duality of simple appearance and overabundance of connotations, bears the artist's reflection on the phenomenon of over-interpretation in the contemporary art world. Xiao Yu’s BB series of bronze sculptures is an extension of his past "bamboo" sculptures that emphasize the “violent deconstruction” of traditional symbols. Having evolved from that, the new series moves away from the manifestation of violence and instead devotes itself to the construction and writing of the artist's own language. The lines of these works are disorderly yet fluent, reminiscent of the brushstrokes in Chinese calligraphy. Xiao Yu adapts the medium of bronze to make the "bamboo" break away from its innate physical characteristics and realize otherwise unachievable postures. The lines and colors form an internal context that does not depend on the external environment – fragmentation and alienation of bamboo as a symbol makes it a part of his personal abstract language. The artist retains the visual cognition of bamboo through details on the works while removing its traditional connotations, and in this process, the subtle convergence from the natural to the artificial is acquired, providing a most intuitive aesthetic experience to the audience.

Xiao Yu (b. 1965, Inner Mongolia) graduated from the Mural Painting Department at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in 1989 and now lives and works in Beijing. He was invited to participate in international exhibitions including La Biennale di Venezia, Lyon Biennial of Contemporary Art, Istanbul Biennial, Shanghai Biennale and Guangzhou Triennial including the Offsite Project at the Royal College of Art in London. He has exhibited works at Centre Pompidou, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum Japan, Seoul Art Museum, Bern Art Museum Switzerland,NAMOC, Shanghai Art Museum, Guangdong Art Museum, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art (UCCA), Pace Gallery Beijing and other eminent exhibition spaces. He was awarded the Chinese Contemporary Art Award (CCAA) in 2000.

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(Double Fun) Family Time in Nature Package

Feel like coming back to Nature Discovery Park for all sorts of amazing activities? Here comes your chance!
Specifically designed for groups enchanted by our urban oasis, this Family Time in Nature package grants access for 3 people, allowing you to revisit us 4 times within 30 days, trying out 2 different Reconnect With Nature experiences!

Double Fun Package
Price: HKD 950 (valued at HKD 1,140)
Package includes:
- FOUR group visits to Nature Discovery Park
- Reconnect With Nature experiences for 1 person in TWO of the visits (one each for daily harvesting and art jamming, must be done on separate visits)

Harvesting experience comes with a FREE gift of food-grade BPA-free silicone bag priced at $100!

*Reservations by phone or via WhatsApp are required for Reconnect With Nature experiences at least 1 day in advance.

It's perfectly fine if you'd like to start off with one experience first! We understand your concern and that's why we also have the Basic Package, with your choice of art jamming or harvesting included in one of the four visits. Details and registration availablehere.

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Donut Playhouse: Donut Golf Club (Oct)

Donut Golf Club is the only science-themed indoor golf playground in Hong Kong. The playground consists of four areas, ‘Game Zone’, ‘Practice Zone’, ‘The Lawn’ and ‘The Leaderboard’.

In the ‘Game Zone’ are four differently designed tracks. Not only do these tracks test your kids’ skills, vision, coordination and accuracy in golf, but also learn the science theories of golf through observations. The ‘Practice Zone’ offers relatively simple tracks for your kids to practice and master their golf skills. ‘The Lawn’ allows you to take a break and capture the best moment of your children playing golf. If the children perform well, they can also challenge the champion throne and leave a record on the ‘The Leaderboard’. Come challenge yourself with Donut and Ah Meow!

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9187 9792

To prevent infectious diseases, we have immediately enhanced disinfection and precautionary measures.

- Entry Ticket includes 1 Adult and 1 Child
- Ticket includes golf games in B2 for 20 minutes
- All tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable
- For the online ticket holders please arrive at the venue 15 minutes before start time for registration
- Each session time is about 20 minutes; Final admission time is 30 minutes before closing
- About the playhouse opening hours, session times and cleaning time, please call 9187 9792 or check with our frontline staff
- Subject to quota availability
- Terms and Conditions apply; In the event of any disputes, Donut Playhouse reserves the right of final decision

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