Bangkok Art Biennale

Shelter

500 x 240 cm /teak wood, steel
Bangkok Int. Art Bennale 2018
BACC Plaza, Bangkok

 

 

When social comes to real life, it starts with a double sided open interchange; a confabulation or sourceless rhizome of the stories that are passing us and that have attached the quiet internal voices to swing. This ongoing open process, that has build us since our origin involves all our stories, it builds the tensions and gateways of our personal being. In these days of global traffic we might rather prefer to rest in private then public. However privacy has become precarious and while we turn public addressing our questions, the forgotten queries return therein. Territory has become contested since migration has brought its value on the table again. Shelter offers a nomadic point of encounter within a lively environment. Within the urbanized context, the artwork looks for an acceptance by the use of people but also allows the idea of inner refuge space. Either generating sound or resonating, exploring the interior or hide and rest, it mainly questions the membrane/boarder line between inner and outer space.

 

 

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