PHAPTAWAN SUWANNAKUDT OPENING TONIGHT @ 4A CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ASIAN ART

Phaptawan Suwannakudt.

Catching the Moment ; Each Step is the Past. Courtesy 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art

4A PRESENTS Catching the Moment; Each Step is the Past, an exhibition of major new work by Thai-Australian artist Phaptawan Suwannakudt.

Catching the Moment; Each Step is the Past is an ephemeral and poignant installation using silk and hand-woven fabric, layered
with delicate drawings and Thai texts. This exhibition includes a major new interactive work, Conversation Room. Two people are invited to sit at a table and work with lengths of shredded silk. The participants are connected through their actions with the silk but obscured by a veiled curtain. Working with the material in silence, participants are able to observe the implications of the other on their attempts to create their own space.

Exhibition Dates 21 May – 3 July 2010
Opening: 6-8pm Thursday 27 May 2010
To be opened by Tony Bond OAM Assistant Director, Curatorial and Head Curator International Art, Art Gallery of NSW
4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art
181-187 Hay St Sydney

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