Ends August 20
Discovering something by accident happens often. Such serendipity plays into life's unpredictability, opening your mind to new experiences and ideas. That's how five Finnish artists - Joonas Kota, Liisa Lounila, Sami Lukkarinen, Erkka Nissinen and Riiko Sakkinen - created the works for their latest exhibition Serendipity.
The contemporary art, from printed T-shirts to traditional Chinese-style paintings and digital mixed-media and videos, was all inspired by chance.
Lounila's Valour is a set of five, black, jewellery-like boxes. Inside, a small rectangular electronic device with a red screen illuminates scrolling messages such as 'I'm sorry for everything' and 'I miss you terribly and I play our song day and night'.
In Night Skool (above), Helsinki- and Hong Kong-based artist Nissinen examines two immigrants (a semi-obsessed man and a shy panda) looking for love in an imaginary orientation workshop. The man confesses that he thinks the panda is 'really hot', but the panda thinks they're moving too fast.
It's a peculiar five minute-video, with two very different individuals.
Helsinki resident Lukkarinen found inspiration on the internet. In Penis Enlargement, a three-series painting on glass, the artist increased the pixel size of digital photos, then meticulously painted hundreds of 2cm squares, so that their arrangement highlights a new perspective on a not-easily recognisable penis.
Tue-Sun, 2pm-8pm, Unit 14, Cattle Depot Artists Village, 63 Ma Tau Kok Rd, To Kwa Wan. Inquiries: 2529 0087