Ashley Scott Kelly

Frameworks, systems design

Counterpart Cities, PRD, China

Curators: Terence Riley; Jonathan Solomon; Dorothy Tang

Led by a curatorial team from the University of Hong Kong, the work suggests the collaboration of regional resources given impetus and/ or affected by climate change: Climate change as opportunity. Alongside wide-ranging research introducing the complexity of the region through the lens of major natural and man-made infrastructures, three design teams from Hong Kong and three from Shenzhen exhibit their visions for the regional cooperation of ports, freshwater delivery systems and cross-border ecologies.

  • Exhibition: Riley, T., Solomon, J., Tang, D., Kelly, A. S., Al, S., Feng, G., … Zhang, Q. C. (2011). Counterpart Cities: Climate Change and Collaborative Action in Hong Kong and Shenzhen. Exhibited in Shenzhen & Hong Kong Bi-city Biennale of Urbanism/ Architecture and Hong Kong Central Market Gallery.