The Immersive Project is a specialized exhibition genre which creates the illusion of time and place by representing key characteristics of a reference world and by integrating the visitor in this three-dimensionally reconstructed world. Crossing Collective has been working with various designers to create different immersive experiences, including interactive exhibitions, digital installation, educational programs and workshops at the gallery space.
The Heritage Project is an initiative that aims to integrate traditional Asian craft with contemporary art and design. There is currently a gap between traditional craftsmanship and the aesthetics and needs of contemporary society. In many cases, these intangible assets have diminished in relevance today and continue to declined in practice. Since the second half of the 20th century, the protection of intangible cultural heritage has gradually become an international issue. In October of 2003, UNESCO adopted the Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage at the 23rd General Assembly, which made the protection of intangibles the basis of international law. The purpose of this project is to promote the intangible cultural heritage under the concept of protection and inheritance, and to create a platform to promote the cross-border cooperation between intangible cultural heritage, design.