​Expanded Cinema




Is the creator ultimately the source, or is he led by the created to seek the source of the past?

The concept of "creation" is closely related to art. But who is the ultimate creator? Who is the author? Whether in the field of art or in the exploration of humanity itself, this question remains difficult to answer. In the era of rapid technological development, various fields are merging, and human creativity is increasing. But this ultimate question has not received a clear answer; instead, it has raised more related questions and imaginations.


With curiosity, man explores the universe and integrates the theories we obtain into various disciplines, constructing various technologies in the torrent of history and making production more convenient. The creator only needs to establish logic and concepts, leaving the rest to the machines. In this process, we cannot help but ask: who creates after pressing the run button? Predetermined programmes can also change due to uncertain data in a highly random and chaotic digital space. While waiting for the computer to return results, the author becomes an observer. The creator's responsibility is to record patterns, modify variables and continually iterate. As the created, we follow the origin of the past with a demigod-like sensation.


The Auto.Mob exhibition explores the origins of civilisation and the relationship between autonomy and the creator. Interactive symbolic images evolve from the breath exhaled by humans, and microscopic landscapes are formed through the interaction of intelligent agents. By constructing digital phenomena through reinforcement learning, the exhibition records processes within a specific execution period. The creator nurtures the work by understanding and analysing what has been created, presenting a subject without a fixed structure manifested in an ever-evolving space.

展期:2021年3月27日 – 4月23日
時間:11am – 8pm (星期日及公眾假期休息)
地點:香港藝術學院藝廊 (香港灣仔港灣道2號香港藝術中心10樓)

Exhibition Period :  27 March – 23 April 2021
Time : 11am – 8pm (Closed on Sundays & Public Holidays)
Venue : The Gallery of Hong Kong Art School  (10/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre, 2 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong)