origami flying cubes installation anything can break by pinaree sanpitak
 
origami flying cubes installation   anything can break by pinaree sanpitak
jul 25, 2012

origami flying cubes installation anything can break by pinaree sanpitak

‘anything can break’ by pinaree sanpitak all images © aroon permpoonsopol

thai artist pinaree sanpitak is participating in the 18th biennale of sydney with a large-scale interactive installation entitled ‘anything can break’, at the museum of contemporary art australia. the sculptural mass fills the double height gallery of the museums new wing, made up of suspending hundreds of origami ‘flying cubes’, each one needing to be individually blown up for the set up, and breast-shaped glass forms.

the piece is illuminated by fiber optics, with the blanket of objects responding to audience movement through motion sensors that trigger celestial musical motifs. the composition is characteristic of sanpitak’s work, often drawing from the female form and spiritual elements, with ‘anything can break’ focusing more on a conveyed a sense of tranquility and weightlessness, as the title suggests.

origami flying cubes installation   anything can break by pinaree sanpitak

origami flying cubes installation   anything can break by pinaree sanpitak

origami flying cubes installation   anything can break by pinaree sanpitak

origami flying cubes installation   anything can break by pinaree sanpitak

a video demonstrating the installation

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