In this installation, we wished to make an elephant walk around the Space R. It is a surface representation of our city. Its elusive, and expansive body is described by different kinds of technologies. Communication gadgets deliberately left incomplete are combined with float glass, timber beams, pebbles and steel angles that give the elephant its weight. Computers, microcontrollers, industrial motors, speakers and sensors reconstitute its nervous system creating a new set of relationships in the name of City elephant.
Constructing solid and tangible that speaks about something transparent and fragile is the nature of these machines from them, the relationships between the body, material things and landscapes flow altering into a poetic enclosure.
Bed Machine (aka sex machine) was constructed over the period of 14 months between 1991 and 1992 by piecing together debris of the city collected from the streets of London.
The Yamagata Farming Estate in the Tochigi prefecture was established 100 years ago and now lies in neglected ruins. The aim of this project is to rearrange the existing texture of the landscape by cultivating artworks to form new ground…