SeeSaw

Installation/Intervention | Stainless Steel Slide | 40x350x240 cm. | 2015

 

SeeSaw is a part of an ongoing project. The project sets off a discourse on objects, which are operating outside of their primary context. SeeSaw also interrogates an individual’s sentiments towards a particular functional and known object, and its connection to memories, experiences, functionality and violation.
By locating a recreational apparatus in an unexpected location, the project employs architecture to study a hazardous eventuality that would evolve from violation of the object-context relationship.

Installation View

SeeSaw
SeeSaw