The Cherry Blossoms have ushered in a spell of refreshingly warm weather, presenting an opportunity to finally step outside! The change in seasons coincides with the Vox Records 13th Anniversary & its ongoing colourful exhibition in the Optics Valley K11 Art Village.
The exhibition ends on 22 April & for artists passionate about music, live houses and music festivals all year round, this is a worthy pilgrimage.
One section of the exhibition features 200 music album covers resting on three walls. They span Vox’s 13 iconic years, from independent rock, metal & a variety of other genres, as well as a collection of CDs & Vinyl. The collection of music record covers began in 2005, creating a collection of more than 4000 collected records which were narrowed down to the 200 that you’ll find on display this April.
In some cases, album covers were hand-painted on the wall because the physical discs could not be found.
Another highlight at Vox Record’s exhibition is the so called “Silent Disco”: a perpetually silent, neon-lit room. Visitors are welcome to carry their own head/earphones & play music while in the Disco, as long as they can dance without singing along.
1-22 April, 2018
Optics Valley K11 Art Village, 3rd Floor
10 am-8 pm (no entry after 7 pm)