Inflatable art exhibition in Hong Kong

A couple of days ago a new free art exhibition started in Hong Kong. The exhibition Mobile M+: Inflation centers around huge inflatable objects designed by different artists from Asia, the USA and the UK and was already in the news all over the world. We checked it out too and it’s definitely something we haven’t seen before. Usually you see a lot of cute and kawaii exhibitions in Hong Kong, but this one rather revolves around unusual objects like roasted pigs, cockroaches or Stonehenge.

It was super interesting to check out the sculptures, especially as some even were accessible for the spectator. You could for example line up to jump a bit on the gigantic Stonehenge exhibit, which was basically a big bouncing castle. You could also walk into the belly of the roasted pig and see the rib cage as well as inflatable bacon cushions.

What do you think about the exhibition?  Would you have visited?

Families loved to jump on the Stonehenge exhibit

Families loved to jump on the Stonehenge exhibit

The whole exhibit was a huge bouncing castle

The whole exhibit was a huge bouncing castle

A gigantic inflatable roasted pig. Roasted pigs are a very typical dish at big occasions like wedding or shop openings in Hong Kong

A gigantic inflatable roasted pig. Roasted pigs are a very typical dish at big occasions like wedding or shop openings in Hong Kong

You could even enter the belly of the roasted pig

You could even enter the belly of the roasted pig

Inside you could look at the rib cage

Inside you could look at the rib cage

How spooky: A huge dead inflatable coackroach

How spooky: A huge dead inflatable cockroach

Next to the cockroach there was a pair of human legs

Next to the cockroach there was a pair of human legs

This balloon exhibit looked quite pretty

This balloon exhibit looked quite pretty

This flower exhibit was just being inflated

This flower exhibit was just being inflated

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