The Asia Contemporary Art Show has become known for offering a fresh take on displaying artwork. Rather than sticking to the tried and tested method of hanging works in a traditional white cube, the show this year is again held at the Conrad Hotel in Hong Kong. Rooms are opened up to display the artwork in a more intimate and homely setting. ACAS director Mark Saunderson says that this is in order to create something that is ‘far more welcoming and engaging than a normal gallery or exhibition space. Seeing work sprawled out on a bed, certainly creates a more relaxed and accessible environment. A great example of a how to rejuvenate an otherwise more sterile environment.