Melodic endings of spatial constraints.

spatial installation, 2014
roof tiles

Melodic Endings is the sound of broken clay. Is the curved shape of traditional roof tiles.
Is tiles flattend to broken shards as the spectator walks through the exhibition space.
Melodic Endings deals with things; the dynamic changes of China’s urban planning;
the architecture of such change. Melodic Endings is clay tiles leftovers; is remnants
of demolished houses, bought on a sidewalk market. Clay roof tiles is an older time
period today, a land value pulverized in continuous endings starting.
Text by Eric Ellingsen / Rike Horb

 

 

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installationview, photos by Raul Walch and Yuichiro Tamura
Vitamine Creative Space, Guangzhou, China 2014