thank you @wcuceramics for this photo during critique :) it’s been a long (but worthwhile) semester and I’ve learned so much. I’ve learned several new techniques + a wealth of info about art itself. through the process I’ve had to embrace countless failures + troubleshoot. I’m learning + I still have so much learning ahead of me. It’s hard work, but it’s worth it. photos from this install plus many more installs/pieces will be sorted out + posted soon :) .
eyes a-flutter with r.e.m.
flitting butterflies in your dimension
i hear you talking to me
you must be dreaming
ruby lemon and blue
tangerine green and purple
dream in universal color
while i lie awake with
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•• RHYTHM OF ARCHITECTURE x STUX2 have taken over the workshop B5 as our studio, classroom and playground for the past two and a half weeks. We have been enjoying ourselves having great fun, breaking rules, bending circuits, exploring, experimenting and collaborating with other disciplines. •• RHYTHM OF ARCHITECTURE x STUX2’s final project will be unveiled for the first time and one night only in “ELECTRO SCOPE”, an electroart showcase @ Changchui, Thursday 13th December 2018, 18:00, FREE ENTRY. •• Accompanied by TALINGCHAN VIBES and murasaki studio. •• Please join us tomorrow night, it must be extraordinary. •• Many thanks: Chang Kaew & Bangkok Crystal and School of Architecture & School of Engineering, Bangkok University •• RHYTHM OF ARCHITECTURE •• X •• STUX2: INTERDISCIPLINARY COLLABORATIVE ART SPACE •• #STUX2#rhythmofarchitecture#electroscope#talingchanvibes#murasakistudio#art#installationart#lightinstallation#architecturestudio
thrilled to announce that “WE BUILD WORLDS” by @strt_slct will be featured at @treefortfest 2019 - both @krista_hoefle & i are so excited to have our work featured at such a great festival alongside amazing artists we both love! 🌲💕
An electrifying close up of ‘No Place’ by Gordon Cheung, 150 x 112.5 cm, Mixed media on canvas, 2018
A ‘nail house’, named after the saying “if a nail sticks up, hammer it down”, is an individual building that remains standing while land development progresses around it. Though their inhabitants are eventually forced to move, nail houses in China are seen as a symbol for resistance, and thus their images are often censored. ‘No Place’ depicts a famous nail house in the Zhejiang Province. The artist explains, “The home is an archetype of the human condition, a place that forms our identities. The banishment of these homes and their online images adds an erased dimension to the phrase ‘no place like home’”.