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by: The Beat Asia
October 24, 2022
For some mild spooks that are fun for the entire family, Peak Galleria shopping mall has installed a Halloween-themed exhibition at their Go Museum HK space. Joining hands with Cyber X 2.0, the space showcases an exhibition of light installations and digital artwork, with some being hosted in the metaverse.
Up to seven sections have been set up in the venue, featuring pieces co-created with local artists, alongside accompanying soundtracks for greater immersion. Visitors will also get to come in contact with the visual patterns around them through specially designed lenses and are encouraged to take photos of their surroundings.
The storyline of the exhibition follows a “Creepy Devil” living in a dark forest that happens to double as a backdrop of Halloween-styled décor. Adding a touch of horror, several scares come in the form of spiders that emerge out of the blue amongst the forest scene, along with the Cyber X Processor-themed installation that shows the Creepy Devil invading the digital space using a lethal computer virus, leading to eerie visuals.
Tickets are available via Klook at HK$128 per person, with children below the age of five and no taller than 120 centimetres allowed to enter for free. Children under the age of 11 must also be accompanied by adults.
The museum can be visited from now until Oct. 31 and is open between 11 AM and 6:30 PM Mondays to Thursdays, and between 11 AM and 8 PM on weekends and public holidays. Each viewing session is capped at 30 minutes.
Location: Go Museum HK, Shop 201,2/F, Peak Galleria, 118 Peak Road, The Peak, Hong Kong
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