Green Inversion (2018) occupies the entire fourth floor gallery at Bangkok University. It is the only installation in the exhibition and serves as the end point - the future world turned upside down and despite the mass extinction of animal and plant life on the planet, life continues to evolve and heal.
The installation has historical references to the ancient Hanging Gardens of Babylon while the trees are carved in a shape similar to the heads of Buddha.
The installation is accompanied with a musical composition written and performed by Nhung Nguyen (soundawakener) from Hanoi.
Exhibited during The Reconstruction
Green Inversion (2018)
Installation. Six jasmine trees, burlap, pulleys, rope, chains, concrete bricks, sandbags, sound.
Illumination (2018) composed and performed by Nhung Nguyen.