Small Small World Panorama

Wai Ting Stephanie CHEUNG (Art Historian), Kingsley S K NG (Artist)

Research output: Non-textual formExhibition


The practice-based project examines the accessibility of the arts and the theme of diversity through the co-creation process, exhibition design, and visitor experience design.

Drawing inspiration from the collections of the HKMoA, 60 youngsters from multicultural backgrounds and with different abilities explored the topics of biodiversity, cultural diversity and diverse abilities at the HKMoA and in their everyday life. With a group of multidisciplinary artists, we have co-created an interactive exhibition with imaginative creatures and movable installations to encourage visitors to search for diversity and coexistence in art and life through play.

The exhibition welcomes different communities to the museum. A tactile map, a braille and tactile guide book, simple words, audio descriptions and wheelchair-friendly access are available in the gallery.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputOther
Publication statusPublished - 2 Feb 2024

User-Defined Keywords

  • Accessibility of the Arts
  • Diversity
  • Co-creation
  • Experience Design


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