Hong Kong is taking a show to the Venice Biennale International Architecture Exhibition in September titled Fabrica Cultura (Culture Fabricate): HK in Venice. Can you tell us the concept behind this theme? Co-curator of the Hong Kong exhibition Professor Leo Lee Ou-fan: 'Fabricate could mean create, produce or make a false product, but what is real and what is false? Hong Kong has its image reflected in the media and there's also the real Hong Kong [as seen] from the local people's point of view. The whole exhibition is about how to bring these two sides of the city together in a creative way. 'All the [12 artwork] projects selected are results of imaginative and original cultural creativities. The images, the models and the ingenious ways things were put together will also elicit your own imaginations. Project Vertical Garden, for example, very imaginatively plants local plants, flowers, right on your balcony and makes Hong Kong's skyscrapers greener. 'Our purpose is to create a dialogue between the architectural landscape and the textual landscape in the exhibition. We selected interesting quotes from novels, short stories and some criticisms about Hong Kong's architecture and urban landscape. 'Also we created a short video featuring the popular comic character McDull, based on the local novelist Xi Xi's Marvels of a Floating City. By showing McDull's houses moving in the air, we try to convey a sense of uncertainty, which many people feel about Hong Kong.'