Projects

Deconstruction Machine

Project

This project aims to explore the concept of deconstruction created by Jacques Derrida and to use it inside artistic processes of creation. The idea is to create a site-specific interactive installation that can visually and poetically deconstruct what has been constructed around a symbol that was always present in the architecture of a building that is famous for surviving the 2nd world war. Once the deconstruction process is completed and the symbol is for a moment released of its historical meaning, it is possible to reconstruct a new meaning around it.

The whole project then, points to the idea of de-constructing or breaking what its supposed to be understood in one specific way, to then re-construct new meaning around it.

Credits

Miguel Canal, Chompunuch Vanichayanguranon