Rainbow Lottery, 2016
In response to the space in Kentish Town Health Centre, the connection and relationship among people are my first priority consideration. I would like to explore the idiosyncratic functions and psychological influences that embedded within installation in the site. The notion of the health centre is always linked to the emotion of pain and distress. Within the process to revive and be healed is the main study of the project.
This playful and colourful lottery device aims to transfer the participants’ psychological emotion from anxiety to curiosity. The significant symbols of the device that reminds us the funfairs and festival’s memories. This unusual object is installed in the health centre creates a unique experience which is different from daily patterns for the visitors.
For some “hidden gems” –the prizes in the lottery device, it is a response to Olafur Eliasson’s Seu Corpo Da Obra (Your body of work), 2011.
“…colour are never just colours. Colours are always on something, connected with something, in transition from one thing to something else, and that is why colours are always just one half of the story, whereas the situation in which the colour arises or appears constitutes the other side.”
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