Clara Keqing Jiao, Dining Liu, Genie Ng, Jessica Wong, Kiko So, Lexie Liang, Stanley Leung, Zita Cheung, Eli Joteva, Ya Nzi, Artem Konevskikh, David Doria, Alberto Fernandez, Kaf Ng, Provides Ng
In an increasingly digitised age, how can we bring inclusivity into spatial designs and how can individuals represent themselves in such spaces? This exhibit is showcasing the co-creations by citizens and architects - the "Volumetric Cinema" workshop openly invited more than 30 participants from all walks of life to co-learn Artificial Intelligence (AI) and 3D Extended Reality (XR) technologies, and generated five microcinema of urban landscapes in three weeks. Taught by seven international and interdisciplinary instructors, who toured participants around old districts of Hong Kong, interacted with residents, and studied urban redevelopment from the perspectives of inhabitants to jointly reflect on the multiplicity of our urban future(s). At the Mid-Autumn Festival, the workshop held a premiere event and community review, inviting residents to participate in interactive games and discuss the results of the workshop, and spent a warm and meaningful holiday together.