In tandem with Hong Kong Arts Month, Gaia will be presented outdoors on Lee Tung Avenue from 19 March – 7 May and at Citywalk from 19 April – 19 May.
This will be the first time that the artwork has been presented rotating.
“I hope visitors to Gaia get to see the Earth as if from space; an incredibly beautiful and precious place. An ecosystem we urgently need to look after – our only home.” Luke Jerram
Lee Tung Avenue, a joint project between Urban Renewal Authority, Sino Land Company Limited and Hopewell Holdings Limited, is a 200-metre tree-lined boulevard on Hong Kong Island. Lee Tung Avenue is a convenient urban intersection in south Wan Chai, and connects and revitalises the community.
Citywalk, jointly developed by Urban Renewal Authority and Sino Land, is a dining, shopping and entertainment landmark in Tsuen Wan that taps into the innovative architectural concept where nature and leisure trends converge. It is Hong Kong’s first ‘Green Shopping Mall’ awarded with Platinum Standard Certificate by the Hong Kong BEAM Society thanks to its 40,000-sqm Citywalk Piazza and 7,000-sqm Vertical Garden, making up a green space that occupies over 30% of its total outdoor area, where natural ambience and style co-exist in harmony.