Ends Feb 29 Looking out from the IFC mall, you can see a big cartoon face smiling back at you. Nothing to write home about - except this is no billboard advertisement or festival decoration, but a massive piece of art. Named Dongguri, the cartoon boy is created by Korean artist Kwon Ki-soo and is one of the nine works featured in the One More, Please exhibition presented by Fubon Art Foundation. Continuing the curatorial concept of the foundation's previous show Me2 (2006), the exhibition is held in various public venues in Central taking childhood innocence as its theme. The event aims to stimulate the public's appreciation for art. 'It's commonly assumed contemporary art is difficult to understand and it's only for the educated or sophisticated people. What we try to say here is that contemporary art can be friendly and playful,' says the shows curator, Oscar Ho Hing-kay. Current discussions about the West Kowloon Cultural District also convince Ho to adopt a down-to-earth curatorial direction. 'One of the heated debates over the West Kowloon project is whether there's an art audience in Hong Kong, which made me think: How can I get art closer to people?' Ho came up with two approaches in this exhibition: to identify artworks that are approachable to the public and to bring art out of the museum. 'Museum goers are those who already believe in art. The people we want to reach are those who don't believe in art, or those who don't want to get to know art,' says Ho. 'The advantage of putting works in public spaces is people can encounter art by chance - while they're attending a wedding at City Hall, or walking along Queen's Road Central. The show gathers 12 artists from Taiwan, Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Italy, the Netherlands and Britain to display works ranging from robots to toy-like sculptures, and a field of dyed bamboo that is sensitive to the humidity of the environment - none of these asks us to dig into the profound meanings behind them. 'We don't always need heavy and intellectual justifications when looking at art ... the fundamental artistic experience is about having fun and enjoying it. If art can bring out a sense of wonder and delight, I think that's great,' Ho says. Daily, 9pm-10.30pm, HK City Hall, 5 Edinburgh Place, Central; Fubon Bank Building, 38 Des Voeux Rd, Central; Lobby, 2/F Central Tower, 28 Queen's Rd Central. Inquiries: 2842 6085.