Ka-Lai Chan’s installation for the PLAY ProjectThe Art Dossier on August 31, 2012 with 0 Comments
Dutch designer Ka-Lai Chan participated in a community-based project called PLAY to create an installation using furniture and tape.
She took over a living area and covered everything with white tape. The installation, as described by Design Milk, resembles a ghostly interior where furniture and objects appear to be growing out of the wall.
PLAY is a project that allows artists to create temporary installations and exhibitions in buildings that are scheduled to be demolished. We think this is a great partnership between artists and their communities and hope to see more of these collaborations in the future.
Images via Design Milk.
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