A installation project with the AA Hong Kong Visiting School, led by Tomás Laurenzo and organized by Tobias Klein and Wesley Soo. The city is made out of relationships with tangible and intangible infrastructures, and here we were looking at foreign helpers living in Hong Kong. Every sunday, they would 'occupy' central, as if turning the city into one of their own for the day. And through this installation, we bring their 'city' into an installation window, where you can see Hong Kong through their perspective.
The interactive frame plays different videos depending on where you stand in the studio space, and is callibrated to play both different videos and sound as you move through the space.