Paradoxical Spatial Installation

Paradoxical Spatial Installation is an art exhibition that deeply explores the architectural narrative about the importance of the balance of architecture as both the product of capitalism and culture. A dialogue between the Simplicity of architecture and the Complexity of economic reality in developing countries is a taboo subject most disciplines shy away from exploring.

Curated by Antonius Richard, this 4-day exhibition – spatial paradox was translated into a three-dimensional labyrinth that represents the perception of the linear space that serves as a gallery of his narrative, the contradiction to the conceptuality, essentially the experience of a space. It can be defined as a space for sensations, the materiality of space can be acknowledged only by the materiality of the subject. It is the real space that is defined by art and generated by social praxis and the perception of space.