Surajate Tongchua’s mixed media installation “Size Space” invites mixed and dynamic interpretations. Stepping into Tadu Contemporary Art, your first reaction is that those pieces in different corners are still works in progress, not quite ready for the public. Neither do they seem to be linked by any unified concept — a banner reads “It starts to disappear, before you even notice”, there’s a metal sculpture of the word “HOME”, an aerial landscape of different parts of the world is projected on a world map and a tarpaulin-like roof made of milk cartons is sewn together with a light bulb hanging in the middle.
'Size Space' is on display until April 30 at Tadu Contemporary Art.
The exhibition’s title, “Size Space”, provides a bit of a guide as to what this set of works is all about. Viewers need to wander around and soak up the atmosphere before realising that this is could be Surajate’s miniature version of the world, where various spaces and objects of different sizes are compiled.
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