Art Installations
Art Installations

Songs of the Naga Cave by Tentacles X Stu.Dio Ke.Th

Songs of the Naga Cave is a collaborative project between Thai and Taiwanese artists Henry Tan, Lukkade Sethakitsaharat, Xia Lin, Huang Ding Yun, and Sheryl Cheung. The group explores contemporary views of the mythology, healing, and ontological views of South East Asia through the energy of Naga, a mythical creature connected to all local life. The serpent king-inspired structure is created by Stu.Dio Ke.Th and embellished with gleaming skins made from recycled plastics. Inside the structure, users are exposed to Naga energy—transmitted through sounds and herbs, bridging Western and Eastern practises.

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Songs of the Naga Cave is a collaborative project between Thai and Taiwanese artists Henry Tan, Lukkade Sethakitsaharat, Xia Lin, Huang Ding Yun, and Sheryl Cheung. The group explores contemporary views of the mythology, healing, and ontological views of South East Asia through the energy of Naga, a mythical creature connected to all local life. The serpent king-inspired structure is created by Stu.Dio Ke.Th and embellished with gleaming skins made from recycled plastics. Inside the structure, users are exposed to Naga energy—transmitted through sounds and herbs, bridging Western and Eastern practises.