Check in at Exchange Square and spend some time exploring Ren Zhe’s dramatic bronze and stainless steel sculptures. The majority of the exhibition – presented in partnership with Hongkong Land – has been placed within The Rotunda, ready to face you as you step off the escalator, with a handful of additional pieces set in other central positions throughout Exchange Square.
The figures are designed to convey the relationship between positive internal energy and the process of mediation, self-realisation and harmonisation between humans and the natural world. Their positioning in Exchange Square makes a strong point about the need to slow down, appreciate and accept the intrinsic challenges in life and living. The layout plays an essential role in communicating Zhe’s message to visitors; the concentric geometry and dimensions symbolise the Universe, with Lei standing in the centre, equally strong, immovable and serene.
Be sure to stop by and discover the dynamic, engaging show space for yourself: the exhibition is open to the public until 30 March.