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Mobile M+: NEONSIGNS.HK

Mobile M+: NEONSIGNS.HK

1 Mar 2017
Ongoing
Location: Online

Presented by M+, Hong Kong’s museum for visual culture, "Mobile M+: NEONSIGNS.HK" is an online exhibition that celebrates a key feature of the city’s streetscapes by exploring, mapping and documenting its neon signs.

Alongside curatorially-produced essays, videos, slideshows and artist commissions, over 4,000 photos were submitted by the public from 21 March to 30 June 2014 to collectively create a unique neon map of Hong Kong. The site will remain as a lasting record and examination of Hong Kong's fast disappearing neon signs.

Visit the online exhibition

Credits

Digital Creative Producer

Conor Roche

Web Design and Development
Graphic Design
Launch Partner

J.CREW

Acknowledgements

In addition to the writers, artists, designers, photographers and others who have contributed to NEONSIGNS.HK, M+ would like to extend special thanks to:

Elson Cheng Chong Kuen
Cheung Po Hung
China Neonlight Advertising Co.
Dusty Sprengnagel
Far East Neon Light Co Ltd.
Fung Siu Wah (Wah Gor)
Hong Kong Institute of Professional Photographers
Hong Kong Museum of History
Hong Kong Society for the Blind
Ken Hui
Kai Kee Mahjong
Julia Kwan
Living in Kwun Tong
Katie Mitchell
Nam Wah Neonlight & Electrical Manufactory Ltd
The Neighbourhood Advice-Action Council
Prof. Lee Ho Yin
Public Records Office (PRO) of Hong Kong
Sammy’s Kitchen Ltd
Scout Association of Hong Kong – Education Centre
Nansun Shi
Social Capital/Federico Tan
Henry Steiner
University Museum and Art Gallery, The University of Hong Kong

Our colleagues at the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority

All rights reserved. Copyright ©2014 the artists, photographers, designers and West Kowloon Cultural District Authority

The Authority respects copyright and whilst every effort has been made to locate the owners of the photographs or works exhibited and to provide credit to the authors, some of the authors’ or owners’ identities remain unknown, or they cannot be contacted. The Authority urges any author or owner of photographs or works exhibited, which have not been identified or credited, to contact the Authority at [email protected]

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