Drawing on regional materials, craft and architecture, widely-acclaimed international artist Rirkrit Tiravanija invites visitors to rediscover traditions in Southeast Asia by navigating through his biggest bamboo maze built to-date, featuring a wooden tea house at its centre. Visitors can also participate in a diverse range of programmes including monthly tea ceremonies and performances.
On 16 June, delve deeper into Rirkrit Tiravanija’s practice through a day of exciting programmes. Hear the artist and international experts discuss his collaborative approach to art through relational aesthetics and architecture; watch a film on the making of his commission; participate in tea ceremonies and view his other works on display in the Gallery, as well as attend the official launch of the exhibition catalogue.
Get a chance to get up close and personal with the artist on 16 June ‘Rirkrit Day’. Rirkrit will be present throughout the day and participating in various talk and programmes, so you can get the exhibition catalogues signed off by Rirkrit himself.
Check out our full story and video of Rirkrit Tiravanija’s bamboo maze before you see it yourself!