Art in the City returns to K11 in September, bringing with it a bunch of projects and shows as well as those art tours. Taking the theme of Stop Making Sense, the main exhibition explores the relationship between artists, our living environment, and change. Think cities and landscapes, small communities and our cosmopolitan world. Sounds good. That features offerings from local gems like 1933 Contemporary, Gallery 55, Art+ Shanghai, Ren Space, Zendai Gallery and loads others. Another highlight will be special project BLAST! - think digital imagery, interactivity and computer-generated magic. A jury of people like artist aaajiao, LEAP mag's Robin Peckham and curator Davide Quadrio will pick 8 projects to be screened at K11, MoCA Pavilion, and BMW Brand Experience Center during Art In The City Festival. Details of that right here. Continuing the theme, New York-based APT Institute presents new media and interactive projects by emerging artists Hu Renyi, Xie Caomin and Samson Young. All of that's going on 12 - 14 September. For more, plus tickets to the actual exhibition (60rmb/40rmb early bird) check the website right here.