Short Description:

Form of Emptiness consists of an abundance of empty household containers, collected and lined up as they would be organized in a grocery store: neatly arranged on the walls. In an act of reverie to rekindle them back to life and usefulness, their placement suggests a transformation from emptiness to life, or the reverse: a feeling of desolation after something has run its course.

1999 “Beyond the Future”, The Third Asia-PacificTriennial of
Contemporary Art 1999.