Made in Community


Client: Tai Kwun

Trolley Central (圓動力)is a thematic exhibition hosted by the Heritage department of Tai Kwun. It explores the evolution of cityscape and connections within Central and Western District throughout recent history, as well as the connection between trolleys and the local economic development. The exhibition is aimed to celebrate the roles of trolleys in the ever-transforming cityscape of central, by showcasing the stories of themselves and their makers.

Through collaboration with Wheel Thing Makers (Exhibits Design) and One Bite Studio (Exhibition Design), various interactive installations were produced to deliver the message of the exhibition. Showcased contents included the development history of Central, trolleys and everyday objects that are being used.

Other than that, through collaboration with Wheel Thing Makers, innovative trolleys that reflect the needs of the current users, were produced and exhibited to spark the audiences’ imagination on future of trolley design.

Tai Kwun Trolleys Central

Culture Masseur:
Collectors’ Hub

Client: Hong Kong Arts Centre

The Hong Kong Arts Centre launched a community outreach programme from January to July 2019 named Cultural Masseurs’ “collecting and burying public exposure”. The aim of this programme is to encourage the public to share their unique stories with their creative platform in the community.

Under the leading of the Wheel Thing Makers and two other art parties, there are 12 private collectors from different fields and interests has been publicly recruited to DIY their hand-made mobile exhibition device and put their collections for public exhibitions in the community.


Kit Sum
Community Arts Project

Client: Tung Wah Group of Hospitals

Kit Sam Lam Bing Yim Secondary School Community Art Project is organised in Apr 2019 in order to investigate the possibilities of driving social impact through community art.

The project has approached secondary students studying visual art and introduce them with the background of San Po Kong District. Several training workshops were held to acquire students with new techniques. Additionally, students were invited to join community tours in order to have a deeper understanding of the community.

In the last stage of the project, the students were asked to create art products based on the social context of San Po Kong. It is believed that impacts would be brought to the community through the social artworks.