BERRYBOTS – APPLYING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TO EVERYDAY LIFE

Is Artificial Intelligence a threat or opportunity for our society? How will AI affect the way we make decisions, carry out our daily tasks and interact with each other? This exhibition showcases the impressive innovativeness, curiosity and ability of self-learning of these students, who have demonstrated how AI technology can be integrated into everyday life to improve the quality of our lives and make us more productive. 

WMA OPEN PHOTO CONTEST EXHIBITION – OPPORTUNITY!

Opportunity brings forth hope. Under the theme ‘Opportunity’, the ten award winners and finalists, including Melanie Catamin, Cheung Hoi Chung, Fong Hin Nam, Leung Kin Keung, Lo Yan Chi, Jerry Ng Sek Hin, Rex Wong Chak Hon, Wong Ka Wing, Kenji Wong Wai Kin and Yiu Tung Wing, share their thoughts and feelings about opportunities in Hong Kong by means of photography.

HERE, THERE, EVERYWHERE – A POP-UP EXHIBITION ABOUT HONG KONG TRASH BY TRES ART COLLECTIV

TRES, the grant recipient for the WMA Commission 2015 upon the theme of “Waste”, will present a pop-up exhibition titled Here, There and Everywhere’ at the WMA Space from 25- 30 June 2019.

WMA Open announces finalists and winners for “Opportunity” cycle

The WMA Open was created to serve as a public platform for discussion and a springboard for social transformation. The WMA Open Photo Contest 2019, themed “Opportunity”, received 232 entries for this cycle. A panel of judges selected ten finalists and also three winners out of ten finalists.

WMA Masters and WMA Commission 2019/20 call for submission on the theme “Light” Submission starts now until 30 September 2019

From now till 30 September 2019 (23:59 Hong Kong time; GMT + 8:00), WMA invites both photographers and artists worldwide to respond to the theme “Light”. Entries for the WMA Masters award and proposals for the WMA Commission grant must relate to the theme and context of Hong Kong.

‘The Video Diary of the Crowd, to the Crowd’ Exhibition

In 2017, WMA launched a crowd-sourced documentary film project, ‘1 July 2017—A Day in Transition’, from which more than 200 videos were gathered from the public. Through juxtaposing these videos, the current exhibition aims to present the dialogues and discussions that have been going on as WMA sets up the WMA video archive. When facilitating accessibility to the video archive, we are inviting more vocabularies and references regarding the categorisation and understanding of the videos in this archive: What are the narrative powers of these precious videos submitted by the public, other than being mere ‘footage’ of documentary? What is the urgency of recording the moment with moving image? These are, perhaps, the first two of some fundamental questions for our contemplation in the crowd-sourcing and video-archiving process.

BERRYBOTS – APPLYING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TO EVERYDAY LIFE

Is Artificial Intelligence a threat or opportunity for our society? How will AI affect the way we make decisions, carry out our daily tasks and interact with each other? This exhibition showcases the impressive innovativeness, curiosity and ability of self-learning of these students, who have demonstrated how AI technology can be integrated into everyday life to improve the quality of our lives and make us more productive. 


Events

24AugSat, Aug 24 - Sep 20, 2019Exhibition Period
Berrybots – Applying Artificial Intelligence to Everyday Life
2019-08-24
25JunTue, Jun 25 - 30, 2019Exhibition Period
Waste ‧ Commission
HERE, THERE, EVERYWHERE – A POP-UP EXHIBITION ABOUT HONG KONG TRASH BY TRES ART COLLECTIVE
2019-06-25
3MayFri, May 03 - Jun 09, 2019Exhibition Period
Transition ‧ Film
‘The Video Diary of the Crowd, to the Crowd’ Exhibition
2019-05-03
24AugSat, Aug 24 - Sep 20, 2019Exhibition Period
Berrybots – Applying Artificial Intelligence to Everyday Life
2019-08-24
25JunTue, Jun 25 - 30, 2019Exhibition Period
Waste ‧ Commission
HERE, THERE, EVERYWHERE – A POP-UP EXHIBITION ABOUT HONG KONG TRASH BY TRES ART COLLECTIVE
2019-06-25
3MayFri, May 03 - Jun 09, 2019Exhibition Period
Transition ‧ Film
‘The Video Diary of the Crowd, to the Crowd’ Exhibition
2019-05-03

News

Open
WMA Open Photo Contest Exhibition – Opportunity!
2019-06-28
Array ‧ Corporate
2019 WMA Summer Internship Programme
2019-06-18
Commission
Here, There, Everywhere – A Pop-up Exhibition about Hong Kong Trash by TRES Art Collective
2019-06-17
Open
WMA Open announces finalists and winners for “Opportunity” cycle
2019-06-05
LIGHT ‧ Masters
WMA Masters 2019/20 — Call for Submissions on the theme ‘Light’
2019-05-31
Commission
WMA Commission – LIGHT Call for Proposals (DEADLINE: 30 September 2019)
2019-05-31
Transition ‧ Film
‘The Video Diary of the Crowd, to the Crowd’ Exhibition
2019-04-26
Light ‧ MastersCommissionOpenStudent
WMA Introduces Theme of 2019/20 Cycle – Light
2019-04-25
Opportunity ‧ MastersCommissionStudent
Opportunity! WMA Annual Exhibition
2019-03-28
Open
WMA Open Photo Contest Exhibition – Opportunity!
2019-06-28
Array ‧ Corporate
2019 WMA Summer Internship Programme
2019-06-18
Commission
Here, There, Everywhere – A Pop-up Exhibition about Hong Kong Trash by TRES Art Collective
2019-06-17
Open
WMA Open announces finalists and winners for “Opportunity” cycle
2019-06-05
LIGHT ‧ Masters
WMA Masters 2019/20 — Call for Submissions on the theme ‘Light’
2019-05-31
Commission
WMA Commission – LIGHT Call for Proposals (DEADLINE: 30 September 2019)
2019-05-31
Transition ‧ Film
‘The Video Diary of the Crowd, to the Crowd’ Exhibition
2019-04-26
Light ‧ MastersCommissionOpenStudent
WMA Introduces Theme of 2019/20 Cycle – Light
2019-04-25
Opportunity ‧ MastersCommissionStudent
Opportunity! WMA Annual Exhibition
2019-03-28

Articles

Transition ‧ Masters
No Place Like Home
Kay Mei ling Beadman
2019-01-21
Identity ‧ Commission
Ducky Tse – From [The center] to [The edge]: A Forum on the Politics of Border and Hong Kong’s Identity, April 22, 2018 – A Reflection.
Dr. David C. W. Chin
Identity ‧ Commission
Ducky Tse – From [Place] to [Space] and Back Again: A Forum on the Politics of Border and Hong Kong’s Identity, April 15, 2018 – A Reflection.
Dr. David C. W. Chin
2019-01-16
Transition ‧ Masters
No Place Like Home
Kay Mei ling Beadman
2019-01-21
Identity ‧ Commission
Ducky Tse – From [The center] to [The edge]: A Forum on the Politics of Border and Hong Kong’s Identity, April 22, 2018 – A Reflection.
Dr. David C. W. Chin
Identity ‧ Commission
Ducky Tse – From [Place] to [Space] and Back Again: A Forum on the Politics of Border and Hong Kong’s Identity, April 15, 2018 – A Reflection.
Dr. David C. W. Chin
2019-01-16

Video

Opportunity ‧ Corporate
WMA Annual Exhibition – Opportunity!
Waste ‧ Commission
WMA Commission 2014/15 Recipient – TRES
Transition ‧ Corporate
Transition – WMA Masters & WMA Film Exhibition Opening Highlights
Transition ‧ Masters
WMA Masters 2017/18 Winner – YIM Sui-fong
Transition ‧ Masters
WMA Masters 2017/18 Finalist – Ka-Man TSE
Transition ‧ Masters
WMA Masters 2017/18 Finalist – Joseph LEUNG Mong Sum
Transition ‧ Masters
WMA Masters 2017/18 Finalist – Phil SHEK Ming Fai
Transition ‧ Masters
WMA Masters 2017/18 Finalist – GONG He
Transition ‧ Masters
WMA Masters 2017/18 Finalist – Billy H.C. KWOK
Opportunity ‧ Corporate
WMA Annual Exhibition – Opportunity!
Waste ‧ Commission
WMA Commission 2014/15 Recipient – TRES
Transition ‧ Corporate
Transition – WMA Masters & WMA Film Exhibition Opening Highlights
Transition ‧ Masters
WMA Masters 2017/18 Winner – YIM Sui-fong
Transition ‧ Masters
WMA Masters 2017/18 Finalist – Ka-Man TSE
Transition ‧ Masters
WMA Masters 2017/18 Finalist – Joseph LEUNG Mong Sum
Transition ‧ Masters
WMA Masters 2017/18 Finalist – Phil SHEK Ming Fai
Transition ‧ Masters
WMA Masters 2017/18 Finalist – GONG He
Transition ‧ Masters
WMA Masters 2017/18 Finalist – Billy H.C. KWOK