A collage of HK-UK scenes in the streets, where landmarks like London Bridge and King Cross Station are stacked, people walking in the streets and commuting in the underground.


Ho Tsz Yeung Jacklam and Dawn Scarfe.


Immerse yourself in audio field recordings and soundscapes co-created between Hong Kong and London.

Sound Envelope HK-London - Sound-based immersive experience was first launched in October 2021 for the SPARK festival. The platform remains live and welcomes all to explore the exhibition. Click here to enter.

The project is a sound-based artistic collaboration between students from City University of Hong Kong and Wimbledon College of Arts, University of the Arts London. Led by Ryo Ikeshiro (SoundLab, School of Creative Media) and Tom Tlalim (Centre for Creative Research, Wimbledon College of Arts), the artists use field recordings and listening as a framework for encouraging dialogue and cultural exchange between those living in Hong Kong and London – places that are geographically remote but nevertheless share a long history. The act of listening attentively whilst recording, playing back and mixing field recordings can make one attuned to subtle variations in our everyday sound environment, and help us become receptive to those of others. The immersive experience provided by spatial audio augments the possibility of putting oneself in another’s shoes (or ears).

Type of event: Immersive audio exhibition 

Platform: Website 

Age advice: All age groups

Theme: Novel Dimension