KNOWLEDGE IN YOUR HANDS, EYES AND MIND AT ASIA TOPA, ARTS CENTRE MELBOURNE – TAASA Review June 2020
Kathleen Ashby K nowledge in your hands, eyes and mind, part of Asia TOPA (Asia-Pacific Triennial of Performing Arts) earlier this year, invites the audience to explore the concept of shared space, and interchangeable and interconnected memories.
Through sight, scent and sound the work envelopes the audience, encouraging it to take a moment to explore the space. Knowledge in your hands, eyes and mind (details), 2018-2020, Phaptawan Suwannakudt, mixed media installation, dimensions variable.
Photo: Tom Breakwell, courtesy Arts Centre Melbourne Artist Phaptawan Suwannakudt has lived and worked in Sydney since 1996, but her work draws heavily on her childhood and early working life in Thailand...