Culture-Led Spatial Productions Cases of Contemporary Visual Art Spaces from Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Singapore.
Ying Zhou is an architect who joined the faculty of architecture at the University of Hong Kong in 2016. Prior to her move to Hong Kong, she had been teaching and researching contemporary cities at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETHZ). She was a lecturer and researcher with the chair of Kees Christiaanse at the Future Cities Laboratory (FCL) of the Singapore-ETH Centre (SEC) 2011-2015, where she focused on how contemporary urban developments impact cultural industries in East Asian city centres, and with the chair of Herzog & de Meuron at ETH Studio Basel 2007-2011, where she taught urban research on Kolkata, Damascus and Cairo and produced a book about MetroBasel. Her work has been exhibited at the at the Rotterdam Architecture Biennale, at the Shenzhen/Hong Kong Architecture Biennale, at the Haus der Kunst in Munich, in the Swiss Architecture Museum in Basel, amongst other places. She has published in Critical Planning, Monu, Urban China [城市中国 ], LEAP［艺术界］, Art Journal, amongst many others.
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Stille Studio is a design agency covering works in all areas of print and interactive design. Klaus Stille graduated from ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne in 2015. He recently lived in Hong Kong where he worked for the Department of Architecture at the University of Hong Kong. He is now based in Hamburg but working worldwide. His focus lies in the fields of website, printed matter and editorial. He works independently as well as collaboratively with cultural institutions, businesses and individuals. Currently working from
Strasbourg, Mainz, Amsterdam, Berne, Lausanne, Hong Kong, New York, Hamburg, Berlin