The installation Khải (Apocalypse) created by by British curator Claire Driscoll and designers Thảo Vũ, Giang Nguyễn and Lê Thanh Tùng. — Photo courtesy of Manzi Art Space
The installation artwork Khải (Apocalypse) created for the London Design Biennale 2018 will finally have its inaugural exhibition on May 21.
Based on the research of Dr Marta Gasparin from the University of Leicester School of Business, the artwork was created by British curator Claire Driscoll alongside designers Thảo Vũ, Giang Nguyễn and Lê Thanh Tùng.
The artwork shows what Vietnamese design today looks and feels like by showcasing how young designers look forward by reclaiming their past as the country transforms.
The exhibition will run until June 3 at Manzi Exhibition Space, 2 Hàng Bún Alley. VNS