“Talk to a Brick Wall” –the interactive lighting installation art that welcomes viewers to immerse themselves into an imaginary environment constructed from an unsentimental wall and furniture
A collaborated work by Tuang Studio and Warangkana Pras
“Talk to a Brick Wall” is an interactive lighting sculpture that welcomes viewers to immerse themselves into an imaginary environment constructed from an unsentimental wall and furniture.
Using all trashed objects and donated household appliances to illustrate a future society where the world is full of human-made products and rich with artificial intelligence.
Because how we interact with everyday objects reflects our emotions. Think about when you linger in the shower after a breakup or when you’ve slammed a door to announce your anger. The art installation conveys a future society where we can communicate with our household objects that even a brick wall can receive more than just a common order but offer a sympathetic ear.
There becomes a two-way interaction between humans and our surroundings. In the future, those objects will not only have common functions to complete orders but become our emotional supporters.
The artwork is commissioned by KOLOUR in the Park and is now developed into a permanent collection installed at Bakery Terrace’s restaurant in Hua-hin, Thailand.