Intimately Limp // drawing series, 50cmx70cm each, various media, 12.2012, Paris
I will show new work at the next “happening” for KSAT with the artists: Alice Martins, Petronille Leroux, Alice Forge, IF, Latona Mike, Boucher Melissa, BCBG, Vertical, & Duke Raoul to take over another building this Saturday (Samedi) 13 April 2013, 18h-00h30
To find location and contact information please go to http:://eepurl.com/slytP
Click here for a link to the FB event! https://www.facebook.com/events/502258459811756/509702382400697/?notif_t=plan_mall_activity
I have included a few image stills for my installation.
Hope to see you there!
Bon Voyage, Book Layout, 2013, Paris, 75pg.
Publication & Distribution by 0fr. Bookstore & Gallery
Text & Photographs by A.T.
La peau qui mue. La peau qui m’a eu // The skin that sheds. The skin that had me, KSAT Camp #2: Secret Identity, live performance & prints || Paris, France. 19. 1. 2013
During KSAT’s 6 hour “happening” there were three repetitions of this performance, each lasting between 10-15 minutes. Sitting on a small platform, I painted my face multiple times with various pigments and printed an impression on a piece of rice paper. Twice, multiple impressions were made on a single sheet. Also, a 4-sheet series of single impressions was made. Below is the text provided for the event.
As we age, the perceptions of our experiences evolve. They are in flux as they accumulate. These accumulations represent an inner identity that directs our outer appearances. I will make a live performance to record impressions of my aging identity. First I will impose the age and then try to capture it.
Click below for an article written about the performance: http://tribulationsofatribe.wordpress.com/2013/02/20/the-skin-that-had-me-autumn-ahn/
For more images of the performance please visit the official documentation here: La peau qui mue. La peau qui m’a eu // The skin that sheds. The skin that had me
”As a teacher, [he] pounded into his students’ heads how voraciously mathematics demanded logic. Here things that could not be proven had no meaning, but once you had succeeded in proving something, the world’s riddles settled into the palm of your hand like a tender oyster.” 1Q84, Murakami, p350.
We get close and can no longer see, but touch our shadow.
It suffocates, it sinks—
Through our bones, it rises.
And our questions show themselves proudly,
As children boldly lie,
Just under the surface of our skin.
A rainbow of cold colors,
They shift and raise their tantrums,
But we stay polite
Because elegance is a discipline.
A body so decorated with stories appears painful
But the eyes that feel these marks everyday
And know them.
“Refractions” | December 15, 2012 | KSAT Camp #1 :: Speaking Walls, exhibition installation, tape.
I will have a large site-specific installation in the KSAT CAMP exhibition this weekend! I have used the architecture of the building to inform the structure of the drawing. The drawing is a projection of a 2D image on a 3D space. As one moves through the space the forms of the drawing shift and detach, resulting in an immersive physical conversation between observation of the public and the venue as a structural host.
FB event info in Paris. https://www.facebook.com/events/117446051751946/
I hope you can come see it!
You must RSVP for guest-list for this weekend here: http://eepurl.com/slytP
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