Tawatchai Puntusawasdi's endless journey, fuelled by time and intelligence, is ready to be discovered in his new exhibition "Marco Polo". The root of the Thai artist's travelling reveals a conceptualisation and re-examination of the Earth physically, through various aspects of assumptions and doubt.
Planet Earth & Moon, 2012
To give you a small flashback, the artist often explored content that challenged gravity, such as his Stand-Egg, awarded the Grand Prix in Sculpture at Osaka Triennial in 1995. It is a giant wooden sculpture that, without putting water inside, cannot stand up by itself.
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