Four exhibitions celebrating different art forms have been selected as part of a new series to be staged at the Museum of Art between this year and next. After discussion with 10 guest art professionals, the museum chose the proposals from 20 submitted for the series, 'Hong Kong Art: Open Dialogue'. It opens today with ' Digit@logue ' by media artist and curator Ellen Pau. The show features works by Hong Kong artists such as Hung Keung, Stephen Tsui Chi-wai, and Kingsley Ng as well as artists from the mainland and Taiwan. Exhibition organisers said the exhibition was designed to examine the role of media art in the technological age and provoke discussions on the relationship between technology and our daily visual experience. Divided into two parts - 'Cultural Evolution' and 'Cultural Revolution' - the exhibition was based on the digital works among the museum's collection, independent artists and the archive from the artists collective Videotage and the Hong Kong Arts Centre over the past 20 years. 'Each part aims at juxtaposing the cultural and aesthetic discourse of our heritage of moving images within the global context,' the museum said. The series will feature Alice King's 'New Ink Art: Innovation and Beyond', which looks at the traditional art form. Organisers said it would help foster the museum's role in developing new ink art in the region. Next will be 'Looking for Antonio Mak' by Valerie Doran, who will utilise the works of Mak, an important Hong Kong artist, to examine the art of the city and its history. The series will conclude with Grace Cheng's 'Charming Experience', which will feature works created with different special-needs community groups. ' Digit@logue ' runs until July 20.