An exhibition space capable of hosting work and events while simultaneously retaining a degree of autonomy as a monument. Each spatial zone is defined by a distinct color and connected with a series of joints and quasi-figural components. Each component is able to come apart and reconfigure, able to adapt to changes in angle and shape of the exhibition panels. Cut from 1.2 x 2.4 m. boards, the negatives of the components double as totems between each space and are painted with distinct patterns and used as AR markers in accessing the virtual portion of the exhibition. The tables echo this presence, able to take on multiple formations as either independent elements scattered about or grouped and joined together through interlocking elements. The combination of the aforementioned explores the transformative capacity for reuse to become 'new', as well as how the creation of a space and functional artifacts imbued with some degree of character can produce an affective quality, allowing the space to alternate between background and foreground.
The project was realized as the exhibition design for INDA Parade 2019, an end of year event exhibit of student work for the International Program in Design and Architecture (INDA, Chulalongkorn University) in Bangkok, Thailand.
Type: Temporal Exhibition
Credits: Pareid. Deborah Lopez and Hadin Charbel
Research and Project Concept and Development: Deborah Lopez and Hadin Charbel. Manufacturing Support: Tanadon Wanitnunttada, Peera Tayanukorn, Kandanai Sudsanguan
Phatchanon Varanukulsak. App Development: Michal Jurgielewicz. Postproduction Drawings Support: Kan Vajaranant, Nichakarn Vichitpunt Video Production: Pipeder. Image Credits: Pipeder & Pareid.