One of the aspects that is prominent in Vertical Submarine’s practice is their interest in creating a visual intervention that challenges the perspective of the viewer. Mirrors and copulation are abominable, since they both multiply the numbers of men... is as a labyrinth without physical walls or boundaries that takes a cue from the diverse path visitors can take to navigate their way to Than Bok Khorani Waterfall. The viewers will encounter two similarly abandoned bridges in seemingly identical settings and space. Through these repetitious encounters, the viewers would experience a sense of déjà vu, questioning if they had returned to where they were earlier. The abandoned bridges are marked by remnant imprints of Chinese papers reporting the disappearance in Sumatra during the end of World War II of the Chinese writer, Yu Dafu. The bridges are reminders of a forgotten historical event in Southeast Asia tropics and connects the fenced national park with its broader narrative. ภาษาไทย : คลิกที่นี่
VERTICAL SUBMARINE is an art collective from Singapore. Their cross-disciplinary projects, which incorporate theater and curating, explore methods of storytelling and narrative via words and images.