Certainty / Entropy (India 1)


Unravelled fabric designed by the artist with coloured weft threads, wooden frame

82 x 61 cm

Exhibited at

Certainty / Entropy, Third Floor Hermès Singapore (Aloft at Hermès), Singapore (2014)

Unraveling, Restoring, Ayala museum, Manila, Philippines (2015)

Dialog, YOSHIYO x ISETAN, Tokyo, Japan (2015)


Private collection

Certainty / Entropy (India 1)

The fabric refers to Palampore (hand-painted and mordant-dyed bed cover) for the European market in India in the middle of 18th century and contemporary symbols are sprinkled over the traditional fabric as a part of flowers. The contemporary symbols that are surrounding us in the society are quoted from copyright mark, @ mark, nuclear symbol, bio mark, peace mark, credit card company symbols, gene image, irradiated mark, placenta image, womb image, biohazard mark and etc.


The Certainty / Entropy series work concept

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