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    • Museum as a method…
    • …to explore indigenous creativity, visual culture and public culture, and to encourage articulation and participation …
    • … towards Social Curating
    • Project: In Search of Marginalized Wisdom – Craftspeople in Sham Shui Po From Social innovation to social enterprise (2007-)
    • Background • The city as interwoven clusters of social resources • Drain of local knowledge due to lack of documentation & urban re- development • Articulation of local lifestyle and indigenous creativity as building block for social development
    • Phase #1: Research >>> Exhibition Phase #2: Craftsman-Designer Collaboration Phase #3: Towards a social enterprise
    • Phase #1: Research >>> Exhibition www.hkcmp.org/craftsman_book.pdf
    • Craftspeople research
    • Craftspeople research
    • Craftspeople research
    • Craftspeople research
    • Focus: Materials & Components
    • Focus: Tools
    • Focus: Process (wooden cart)
    • Focus: Space
    • Focus: Community Network
    • Exhibition: Setting
    • Exhibition: Setting
    • Guided tours
    • Guided tours
    • What have we learnt from the research? How does the traditional production fit into contemporary design?
    • Observation: recycle system (wooden cart)
    • Observation: versatility of technique (metal work)
    • Observation: versatility of technique (metal work)
    • Observation: space and production transform (rattan furniture)
    • Observation: space and production transform (rattan furniture)
    • Observation: modular production (rattan couch)
    • Observation: participatory consumption >> community network (beading)
    • Observation: participatory consumption >> community network (bead weaving)
    • Observation: possibility of cross-sector collaboration (seamstresses/NGO/designers)
    • Observation: possibility of cross-sector collaboration (seamstresses/NGO/designers)
    • Phase #2: Craftsman-Designer Collaboration Principles of collaboration: • Traditional technique >>> new & contemporary applications • Minimum modification to existing work process • Sharing credits and rights among craftspeople and designers
    • Craftsman-designer collaboration: Yau Kee X Brian Lee
    • Craftsman-designer collaboration: Yau Kee X Brian Lee
    • Craftsman-designer collaboration: Yau Kee X Brian Lee
    • Craftsman-designer collaboration: Yau Kee X Brian Lee
    • Craftsman-designer collaboration collaboration: Yau Kee X Brian Lee
    • Craftsman-designer collaboration: Yau Kee X Brian Lee
    • Craftsman-designer collaboration: Yau Kee X Paul Chu
    • Craftsman-designer collaboration: Yau Kee X Paul Chu
    • Craftsman-designer collaboration: Ho Chung Kee X Benny Lau
    • Works from R&D workshops
    • Works from R&D workshops
    • Craftsman-designer collaboration: Ho Chung Kee X Albert Tsang
    • Craftsman-designer collaboration: Victory Metal Work X Tony Lim
    • Craftsman-designer collaboration: ADPL Social Service Centre Sewing Co-op X Hung Hing Ho X Cheung Lik
    • Craftsman-designer collaboration: Tat Shing Rattan Furniture X Chong Wai-yung
    • Phase #3: Towards a social enterprise Craftsman X Designer X NGO collaborative production: •Based on knowledge exchange and creativity •New design based on existing production (craftsmanship/NGO) at a community level •Commercially viable / competitive products •To share credits and income among contributors •Production model that envelops education
    • 家縫
    • 家縫
    • 救世軍
    • 織職同盟
    • YMCA
    • Designer X NGO workshop
    • Designer X NGO workshop
    • Designer X NGO workshop
    • Designer X NGO workshop
    • Designer X NGO workshop
    • Designer X NGO workshop
    • Designer X NGO workshop
    • Designer X NGO workshop
    • Designer X NGO production
    • Designer X NGO production
    • Designer X NGO production
    • Designer X NGO production
    • Designer X NGO production
    • Designer X NGO production
    • Youth education workshop
    • Youth education workshop
    • Youth education workshop
    • Youth education workshop
    • Youth education workshop
    • Project: Experiments in Upcycling Design (2010-)
    • Five-way partnership Production Cultural partners: artists/designers, academics, researchers Community Education partners: partners: local industries / institutes, craftspeople, students, NGOs, residents apprentice Support Government partners: Business partners: policy bureau, district industrial material council donors, business strategies, retailing
    • Social Curatoring • Mapping social resources / local knowledge and skateholders • Mix n’ match social resources >>> encouraging cross-disciplinary collaboration & knowledge exchange >>> towards co-ownership >>> create new social relationship • Need-based community building >>> asset-based community building