Art & Architecture

From Little Things Big Things Grow

Slithering back onto The Fields this year is the modular body of a serpentine creature, who will glide through the grassy terrain and fold around itself. Wonderers are welcome to move and shape the lengthy and flexible structure to create different play spaces. Inspired by a Chinese dragon toy, the paper structure transforms into various sculptural forms. Punyisa Silparassamee's art is known to present interactions between time, history and memory, and she uses familiar cultural objects that are deconstructed and rebuilt into new experiences.

 

Slithering back onto The Fields this year is the modular body of a serpentine creature, who will glide through the grassy terrain and fold around itself. Wonderers are welcome to move and shape the lengthy and flexible structure to create different play spaces. Inspired by a Chinese dragon toy, the paper structure transforms into various sculptural forms. Punyisa Silparassamee's art is known to present interactions between time, history and memory, and she uses familiar cultural objects that are deconstructed and rebuilt into new experiences.