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Window: To See a Parallel Place
2015
Faculty of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University 23-30 May 2015  

3-channel looped video, two 15x20.5cm super-8 film projection and one 74x50cm screen, mattresses, fans, glass table
           

By observing the photographs taken in a fixed time, it is noticeable that I was drawn to capture the images of the window. Each of the windows leads back to a particular memory of the time it was taken, therefore allowing me to glimpse into the past. The space offers three screens, consisting of the Portal, the Memory, and the Reality. Setting the Portal and the Memory within the same dimension of the Reality, but not aside, to express its parallel nature. The screens act as a live mechanism, through which one can look into a scene beyond reality, like a window.







Mark