APT6 – the bits I missed in the previous post

I forgot to include two of the Kids’ APT activities that were fun. The first was another of Wit Pimkanchanapong’s activities called I, you, we which was a photo booth where two people pose for a portrait which is then smooshed together.   Click here if you’d like to see the I, you, we portrait of me and Burfit. It’s kind of scary and distracting so I thought it should be housed elsewhere.

The other thing that was fun – and not at all terrifying – was the Patterns of Infinity by Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian which I found very pleasing.

And you can play around with this one without having to go to the exhibition via the wonder of modern technology that is teh interwebs.  Click here to visit the Patterns of Infinity website.

I’m thinking about using one of my patterns as a new banner.  Let me know what you come up with!

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About 1 hour later…

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And, and, and! I forgot one other thing. Okay, I left out a whole bunch of things, but one in particular I wanted to mention was Liminal Air – descend – 2007 by Shinji Ohmaki.  It’s worth going to APT6 just to walk through this installation.  It’s only a small area but you can totally get lost.

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2 responses to “APT6 – the bits I missed in the previous post

  1. Wow, that looks like fun. Is it on at GOMA? I wanna go!

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