Life and Death
Video projection, paper, gold spray paint, money bags from Taiwan bank, rocks, string, sound: Casio CTK-3000-synthesizer, Stagg acoustic guitar, RP-50 effect pedal, Z00M R-16 recorder, lungs
Collaboration: Christian Nicolay & Ya-chu Kang
The Sunshine Wall is a metaphor in relation to the different types of paper and their inherent value. This correlation aims at provoking thoughts of monetary worth while assessing their significance and meaning in today’s society. This juxtaposition also metaphorically reinforces ideas of repetition - as in prayer, obstacles - as in life or death, the widening gap between the have and have-nots – as in asking for good fortune, and it is the wall that ultimately symbolizes this separation of one area from another.
Permanent collection by Jyvaskyla Art Museum, Finland