Category: Public Art & Intervention

G.Louise Cooper & Jeremy Barnett (USA)

  The aim of the installation would be to respond to and highlight the landscape surrounding Chiang Mai. We find it of the utmost importance that the installation is site-specific and sensitive to its context. In taking an initial photographic glance at the landscape, we have felt a certain trepidation at its power. We would […]

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Manon Bogerd Wada (USA)

Installation inSITE is an experimental in situ sculpture created by the removal of soil from a plot of land with dimensions of 53ft by 13ft. In this piece, two pathways descend into the earth where they converge at the center. At this point of convergence, two seats carved from earth face each other. This land […]

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Tsai-Yi-Chi : Eki (Taiwan)

The sojourn. I would call the place sojourn where I live for a short time, since I sensible of everything exist at the place temporarily, if we regard as in a long time, even our whole life, just like the hermit-crab who live in a beach, their shell as well as our home. However, most […]

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Marie-Line van Vuuren (Netherlands/France)

Memorials is the title of the art project around the lake by Marie-Line van Vuuren (French/Dutch). The artist is touched by the great amount of litter in Thailand and more specifically in this very beautiful spot. Art is a means to deliver a message. The artist created this site specific project in the context of […]

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