Art Installations

WonderOK by StudiOK

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Arguably the most frequently spoken or written word on the planet, OK is featured as a core for internationally renowned Thai artist Navin Rawanchaikul's community-engagement projects established over the past years. The interpretations of OK are expanded from the name of his family's fabric shop into collaborative art activities while simultaneously reflecting the artist's personal life.

As an extension of the artist's theme in the OK series, WonderOK is Wonderfruit's new socially driven art project, designed as a multimedia platform to connect the two opposite worlds: mystery and discovery. By joining the two keywords as the project's title, the collaborative project aims to explore new meanings of OK through the Wonderfruit experience. It begins with looking back into the history of Wonderfruit and its ethos and growing community. The program will include a public participation campaign; past participants are invited to share personal reflections and memories from their experience at Wonderfruit.

An open call helped build a visual library of the growing Wonderfruit community and has been integrated into the artist's creation for the onsite activation.

Arguably the most frequently spoken or written word on the planet, OK is featured as a core for internationally renowned Thai artist Navin Rawanchaikul's community-engagement projects established over the past years. The interpretations of OK are expanded from the name of his family's fabric shop into collaborative art activities while simultaneously reflecting the artist's personal life.

As an extension of the artist's theme in the OK series, WonderOK is Wonderfruit's new socially driven art project, designed as a multimedia platform to connect the two opposite worlds: mystery and discovery. By joining the two keywords as the project's title, the collaborative project aims to explore new meanings of OK through the Wonderfruit experience. It begins with looking back into the history of Wonderfruit and its ethos and growing community. The program will include a public participation campaign; past participants are invited to share personal reflections and memories from their experience at Wonderfruit.

An open call helped build a visual library of the growing Wonderfruit community and has been integrated into the artist's creation for the onsite activation.