Based on a piece of artwork developed by three Visual Arts and Culture students from the Department of Design Foundation Studies, , the light and sound installation aims at extending the possibility of interactive music and light effects, and democratising the creative process. In the workshop, participants are introduced to the techniques of creating a simple interactive system using Arduino and a range of effectors. Upon completion, the interactive system will be put on display at HKDI, where the creators and other Cumulus participants, HKDI students, staff and members of the public will engage in an environment of interactive discourse between personalised and public place-making.

This workshop will be led by Visual Arts & Culture graduate Chung Wing Chung, Ngan Yi Ling and Wong Yik Hin Hill, together with interdisciplinary artist Phoebe Hui. Hui is also a lecturer from Department of Design Foundation Studies.

Date: 23 November only
Capacity: 25 persons per session
Fees: HK$100 per person