Jegens & Tevens: Stroom Invest interviews artist Gabey Tjon a Tham

Publiceerdatum: 22 juni, 2020

"The main project I’ve been working on is a commission for a new work by the art space Tetem, in Enschede, for this year’s fall. Due to the coronavirus, I have to completely rethink my presentation form as a physical presentation won’t be possible. For more than 10 years I’ve always been working towards an installation that transforms an entire physical space. This restriction creates the opportunity for me to explore the digital space and how our bodies relate to it. I’m curious how this new direction will affect my future installations." 

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