Art Installations

Mindfulness Amidst Changes by Sanitas Studio

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This installation, with mirror mosaics on the outer and inner skin of its rotating structure, highlights the changes in surrounding nature and encourages people to slow down, engage and contemplate. The distorted images of surrounding nature provoke our distorted perception of the surrounding nature. The secluded inner space encourages us to slow down and become conscious. The contrast between the outer skin and the inner space reflects the state of mindfulness amidst the changing of things.

In Sanitas Pradittasnee’s creations, the self of ‘architecture’ is reduced while the changing ‘nature’ is highlighted. The works give space for interaction and offer time for observation of changes constantly happening in nature. Growing up in the city and frequently going out of town to visit her grandmother, Sanitas noticed her different feelings toward living amid nature and in a manmade urban environment. These feelings accumulated in her life experience and sparked questions about the coexistence of the two spheres and the constant change of all things. Her observation of changes in the surrounding nature and her interest in history and human belief results in the relations between natural and manmade elements in her work.

This installation, with mirror mosaics on the outer and inner skin of its rotating structure, highlights the changes in surrounding nature and encourages people to slow down, engage and contemplate. The distorted images of surrounding nature provoke our distorted perception of the surrounding nature. The secluded inner space encourages us to slow down and become conscious. The contrast between the outer skin and the inner space reflects the state of mindfulness amidst the changing of things.

In Sanitas Pradittasnee’s creations, the self of ‘architecture’ is reduced while the changing ‘nature’ is highlighted. The works give space for interaction and offer time for observation of changes constantly happening in nature. Growing up in the city and frequently going out of town to visit her grandmother, Sanitas noticed her different feelings toward living amid nature and in a manmade urban environment. These feelings accumulated in her life experience and sparked questions about the coexistence of the two spheres and the constant change of all things. Her observation of changes in the surrounding nature and her interest in history and human belief results in the relations between natural and manmade elements in her work.