Hongkong Land collaborates with the Bandung Geology Museum of Indonesia to present major upcoming exhibition Parallel Worlds: Where Art & Archaeology Collide, reconciling the realms of science and the arts. It’s staged at The Rotunda, Exchange Square in Central from 1st to 18th September 2015. The exhibition brings large-scale fossil reproductions, as well as contemporary photography and sculptures by Indonesian artists Kinez Riza and Rudi Hartono under a singular platform, and is premised on an interweaving narrative of the past and present, offering a lens into the evolution of humanity. Parallel Worlds assembles 21 exhibits covering a number of geologic periods, and through a careful curation of contemporary artworks and a natural history collection communicates the inter-connectedness between two seemingly diverse disciplines. One of the key

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