CHRISTOPHER KULENDRAN THOMAS
new Eelam
2018

In collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann
Installation view: ‘I Was Raised on the Internet’, MCA Chicago; Courtesy the artist


Experience suite with videos, hydroponic home-farming systems, lightbox, website and ‘Skin Deep I’ (2014) & ‘Skin Deep II’ (2014) by Asela Gunasekara (both purchased from Art Space Sri Lanka)


With the generous support of The Plant, Happy Leaf, Blu Dot, Exhibition Flooring and Schlep

Courtesy of the artist


Commissioned by the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.


With thanks to DIS; Tensta konsthall, Stockholm; Institute for Modern Art, Brisbane; Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin

New Eelam is a long-term artwork in the form of a startup. This real estate technology company has been founded by the artist - in collaboration with curator Annika Kuhlmann - to develop a flexible global housing subscription that aims to make homes as streamable as music or movies. The subscription-based model for a distributed housing system will offer global citizens flexible access to high-quality apartments around the world, while the trading of the revolving property portfolio can, over time, progressively subsidise the cost of the subscription. Basing the business plan on collective ownership rather than private property, New Eelam proposes a long-term strategy for how a new economic model could evolve out of the present system – through the luxury of communalism rather than of individual ownership.
 

Christopher Kulendran Thomas’ family is from a place that no longer exists. For three decades during the Sri Lankan civil war, Eelam was self-governed as an autonomous state led by a neo-Marxist revolution. But the Tamil people’s independence movement was crushed brutally in 2009 by an authoritarian government protected by the cloak of national sovereignty. Now, charting an alternative trajectory from one of the darkest chapters of the recent history of globalisation, Thomas asks what a new Eelam could be if it was reimagined as a distributed network rather than a territorially-bounded nation – a new Eelam for all, where citizenship could be a choice, not a hereditary privilege. 
 

Christopher Kulendran Thomas works through the structural operations of art, by which art’s circulation and distribution produces reality. His ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form (ongoing since 2013) features original artworks by some of Sri Lanka’s foremost young contemporary artists, purchased in the island’s current ‘peacetime’ economic boom and then reconfigured for international circulation within Thomas’ own compositions. This process translates what counts as contemporary across the global contours of power by which the ‘contemporary’ itself is conditioned.



new Eelam
2018

In collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann
Installation view: ‘I Was Raised on the Internet’, MCA Chicago; Courtesy the artist

NE_HYDRO_03
2018

In collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann
featuring ‘Skin Deep II’ (2014) by Asela Gunasekara (purchased from Art Space Sri Lanka)
Installation view: ‘I Was Raised On the Internet’, MCA Chicago; Courtesy the artist

NE_HYDRO_01
2018

In collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann
featuring ‘Skin Deep I’ (2014) by Asela Gunasekara (purchased from Art Space Sri Lanka)

NE_LB_09 and NE_HYDRO_02
2017 and 2018

NE_HYDRO_02, 2018 and NE_LB_09, 2017
both in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann
Installation view: ‘I Was Raised on the Internet’, MCA Chicago; Courtesy the artist

NE_HYDRO_01
2018

Detail view: NE_HYDRO_01 in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann

New Eelam
2017

In collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann

Installation view, Tensta konsthall, Stockholm

Experience suite with aquaponic farming system, modular walls, lightboxes, VR model and ‘60 million Americans can’t be wrong’ (HD video, 30 min); featuring works by Muvindu Binoy, Ann Edholm, Lisa Trogen Devgun, John Skoog and Jim Thorell





new Eelam
2017

In collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann

Installation view, Tensta konsthall, Stockholm

Experience suite with aquaponic farming system, modular walls, lightboxes, VR model and ‘60 million Americans can’t be wrong’ (HD video, 30 min); featuring works by Muvindu Binoy, Ann Edholm, Lisa Trogen Devgun, John Skoog and Jim Thorell

new Eelam
2017

In collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann

Installation view, Tensta konsthall, Stockholm

Experience suite with aquaponic farming system, modular walls, lightboxes, VR model and ‘60 million Americans can’t be wrong’ (HD video, 30 min); featuring works by Muvindu Binoy, Ann Edholm, Lisa Trogen Devgun, John Skoog and Jim Thorell

new Eelam
2017

In collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann

Installation view, Tensta konsthall, Stockholm

Experience suite with aquaponic farming system, modular walls, lightboxes, VR model and ‘60 million Americans can’t be wrong’ (HD video, 30 min); featuring works by Muvindu Binoy, Ann Edholm, Lisa Trogen Devgun, John Skoog and Jim Thorell

new Eelam
2017

In collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann

Installation view, ‘moving is in every direction. Environments - Installations - Narrative Spaces’, Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin

Experience suite with aquaponic farming system, straw bale walls, lightboxes, VR model and ‘60 million Americans can’t be wrong’ (HD video, 30 min) in collaboration with The Mycological Twist; featuring works by Juliette Bonneviot, Muvindu Binoy, Simon Denny and Mirak Jamal

New Eelam image campaign: Design by Manuel Bürger with photographs by Joseph Kadow; Creative direction: Annika Kuhlmann 

NEW EELAM
2017

In collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann

Installation view, ‘moving is in every direction. Environments - Installations - Narrative Spaces’, Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin

Experience suite with aquaponic farming system, straw bale walls, lightboxes, VR model and ‘60 million Americans can’t be wrong’ (HD video, 30 min) in collaboration with The Mycological Twist; featuring works by Juliette Bonneviot, Muvindu Binoy, Simon Denny and Mirak Jamal

New Eelam image campaign: Design by Manuel Bürger with photographs by Joseph Kadow; Creative direction: Annika Kuhlmann 

NEW EELAM
2017

In collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann

Installation view, ‘moving is in every direction. Environments - Installations - Narrative Spaces’, Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin

Experience suite with aquaponic farming system, straw bale walls, lightboxes, VR model and ‘60 million Americans can’t be wrong’ (HD video, 30 min) in collaboration with The Mycological Twist; featuring works by Juliette Bonneviot, Muvindu Binoy, Simon Denny and Mirak Jamal

New Eelam image campaign: Design by Manuel Bürger with photographs by Joseph Kadow; Creative direction: Annika Kuhlmann 

NEW EELAM
2017

In collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann

Installation view, ‘moving is in every direction. Environments - Installations - Narrative Spaces’, Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin

Experience suite with aquaponic farming system, straw bale walls, lightboxes, VR model and ‘60 million Americans can’t be wrong’ (HD video, 30 min) in collaboration with The Mycological Twist; featuring works by Juliette Bonneviot, Muvindu Binoy, Simon Denny and Mirak Jamal

New Eelam image campaign: Design by Manuel Bürger with photographs by Joseph Kadow; Creative direction: Annika Kuhlmann 


Left: Detail view, ‘moving is in every direction’, Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin: Christopher Kulendran Thomas, New Eelam, 2017, in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann


Right: From the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form, 2016
Acrylic on canvas, wooden frame, netting and ‘Father’ (2014) by Muvindu Binoy (purchased from Art Space Sri Lanka)


Images: Joseph Kadow

NEW EELAM
2017

In collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann

Installation view, ‘moving is in every direction. Environments - Installations - Narrative Spaces’, Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin

Experience suite with aquaponic farming system, straw bale walls, lightboxes, VR model and ‘60 million Americans can’t be wrong’ (HD video, 30 min) in collaboration with The Mycological Twist; featuring works by Juliette Bonneviot, Muvindu Binoy, Simon Denny and Mirak Jamal

New Eelam image campaign: Design by Manuel Bürger with photographs by Joseph Kadow; Creative direction: Annika Kuhlmann 


Left: From the ongoing work New Eelam, 2017 Aluminium frame and printed tension fabric; Design: Manuel Bürger & Jan Gieseking, Photography: Joseph Kadow, Creative Direction: Annika Kuhlmann


Right: Detail view, ‘moving is in every direction’, Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin: Christopher Kulendran Thomas, New Eelam, 2017,in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann, featuring DECEMBER lamp by NEW TENDENCY 


Images: Joseph Kadow



NEW EELAM
2017

In collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann

Installation view, ‘moving is in every direction. Environments - Installations - Narrative Spaces’, Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin

Experience suite with aquaponic farming system, straw bale walls, lightboxes, VR model and ‘60 million Americans can’t be wrong’ (HD video, 30 min) in collaboration with The Mycological Twist; featuring works by Juliette Bonneviot, Muvindu Binoy, Simon Denny and Mirak Jamal

New Eelam image campaign: Design by Manuel Bürger with photographs by Joseph Kadow; Creative direction: Annika Kuhlmann 



Left: Detail view, ‘moving is in every direction’, Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin: Christopher Kulendran Thomas, New Eelam, 2017, in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann


Right: From the ongoing work New Eelam, 2017
Aluminium frame and printed tension fabric; Design: Manuel Bürger & Jan Gieseking, Photography: Joseph Kadow, Creative Direction: Annika Kuhlmann


Images: Joseph Kadow


New Eelam
2017

In collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann

Installation view, ‘moving is in every direction. Environments - Installations - Narrative Spaces’, Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin

New Eelam image campaign: Design by Manuel Bürger with photographs by Joseph Kadow; Creative direction: Annika Kuhlmann 

New EELAM
2017

Installation view, New Galerie, Paris

New EELAM
2017

Installation view, New Galerie, Paris

From the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form
2017

Installation view, New Galerie, Paris

New EELAM
2017

Installation view, New Galerie, Paris

FROM THE ONGOING WORK WHEN PLATITUDES BECOME FORM
2017

Acrylic on canvas with wooden frame, netting and ‘Couple with Mandolin’ (2015) by Jayantha Pushpakumara (purchased from Art Space Sri Lanka)

FROM THE ONGOING WORK WHEN PLATITUDES BECOME FORM
2017

Acrylic on canvas with wooden frame, netting and ‘Untitled V’ by Nuwan Nalaka (purchased from Art Space Sri Lanka)



FROM THE ONGOING WORK ‘WHEN PLATITUDES BECOME FORM'
2017

Acrylic on canvas with wooden frame, netting and ‘Sedkid’ (2014) by Muvindu Binoy (purchased from Art Space Sri Lanka)



FROM THE ONGOING WORK WHEN PLATITUDES BECOME FORM
2017

Acrylic on canvas with wooden frame, netting and ‘Couple with Mandolin’ (2015) by Jayantha Pushpakumara (purchased from Art Space Sri Lanka)

FROM THE ONGOING WORK WHEN PLATITUDES BECOME FORM
2017

Acrylic on canvas with wooden frame, netting and ‘Sedkid’ (2014) by Muvindu Binoy (purchased from Art Space Sri Lanka)



From the ongoing work New Eelam
2016

Acrylic on canvas, concrete shelf, LEDs, plant and ‘New Eelam’ Film (HD, 14:06 min); featuring ATLAS bar stool by NEW TENDENCY
Image: Laura Fiorio

NEW EELAM
2016

Left: from the ongoing work New Eelam, 2016 Concrete, one-way mirrored glass, biosphere, LED, fridge, bottled water, lea ets and 45s silent lift from New Eelam promotional film



Right: New Eelam, 2016, in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann, featuring THRONE chair by NEW TENDENCY

Detail view, 9th Berlin Biennale, Akademie der Künste, Berlin, curated by DIS


Images: Laura Fiorio / Joseph Kadow



NEW EELAM
2016

in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann
HD video, 14:06 min

Installation view, 9th Berlin Biennale, Akademie der Künste, Berlin, curated by DIS


Image: Laura Fiorio



NEW EELAM
2016

Left: New Eelam, 2016, in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann

Detail view, 9th Berlin Biennale, Akademie der Künste, Berlin, curated by DIS


Right: from the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form, 2016
Acrylic on canvas with wooden frame, netting and ‘Bi-Fiction’ by Muvindu Binoy and ‘Untitled VI’ by Nuwan Nalaka (purchased from Art Space Sri Lanka)


Images: Joseph Kadow / Laura Fiorio

NEW EELAM
2016

Left: from the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form, 2016
Acrylic on canvas with wooden frame, netting and ‘Humans are Spiritually Confused’ by Muvindu Binoy (purchased from Art Space Sri Lanka)


Right: New Eelam, 2016, in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann; featuring THRONE chair by NEW TENDENCY

Detail view, 9th Berlin Biennale, Akademie der Künste, Berlin, curated by DIS


Images: Laura Fiorio / Joseph Kadow



NEW EELAM
2016

Left: New Eelam, 2016, in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann

Installation view, 9th Berlin Biennale, Akademie der Künste, Berlin, curated by DIS


Right: from the ongoing work New Eelam, 2016

Aluminum, printed banner

Detail view, 9th Berlin Biennale
Design: Manuel Bürger & Jan Gieseking, Photography: Joseph Kadow, Creative Direction: Annika Kuhlmann


Images: Laura Fiorio

NEW EELAM
2016

in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann; featuring ‘Skin Deep I’ by Asela Gunasekara (purchased from Artspace Sri Lanka)

Installation view, 9th Berlin Biennale, Akademie der Künste, Berlin, curated by DIS


Image: Laura Fiorio



60 MILLION AMERICANS CAN’T BE WRONG
2016

Installation view, Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, curated by Annika Kuhlmann


Image: Michael Pfisterer



60 MILLION AMERICANS CAN’T BE WRONG
2016

Installation view, Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, curated by Annika Kuhlmann


Image: Michael Pfisterer



60 MILLION AMERICANS CAN’T BE WRONG
2016

Left: from the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form x New Eelam, 2016
Sand blasted one-way mirrored vitrine, concrete, steel and remote- phosphor LED panel featuring ‘Lovina’ (2013) by Asela Gunasekara (purchased from Art Space Sri Lanka)


Right: from the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form, 2016
Acrylic on canvas, wooden frame, netting and ‘Lord Ganesh’ (2011) by Dennis Muthuthanthri (purchased from Art Space Sri Lanka)


Images: Michael Pfisterer

60 MILLION AMERICANS CAN’T BE WRONG
2016

Left: from the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form, 2016
Acrylic on canvas, wooden frame, netting and ‘Prosthetics I' (2014) by Muvindu Binoy (purchased from Art Space Sri Lanka)


Right: Installation view, 60 Million Americans can’t be wrong, Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, curated by Annika Kuhlmann


Images: Michael Pfisterer / AKK



60 MILLION AMERICANS CAN’T BE WRONG
2016



Installation view

from the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form x New Eelam, 2016

Sand blasted one-way mirrored vitrine, concrete, steel and remote-phosphor LED panel featuring ‘Coral’ (2014) by Prageeth Manohansa (purchased from Saskia Fernando Gallery, Colombo, Sri Lanka)


Image: Michael Pfisterer

60 MILLION AMERICANS CAN’T BE WRONG
2016

Installation view, Kunstverein Harburger Bahnhof, curated by Annika Kuhlmann


Image: AKK



NEW EELAM
2016

in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann

Installation view, 11th Gwangju Biennale, Asia Culture Center, curated by Maria Lind


Image: Annika Kuhlmann



from the ongoing work New Eelam
2016

Aluminium frame and printed tension fabric featuring ‘Mask’ (2016) by Sanjaya Geekiyanage (purchased from Art Space Sri Lanka

Design: Manuel Bürger & Jan-Peter Gieseking, Photography: Joseph Kadow Creative Direction: Annika Kuhlmann

Installation view, 11th Gwangju Biennale, Asia Culture Center, curated by Maria Lind


Image: AKK

NEW EELAM
2016

Aluminium frame, printed tension fabric, ‘New Eelam’ flim (HD, 14:06) and ‘New Eelam’ silent lift (HD, 1:15)

Installation view, 11th Gwangju Biennale, Asia Culture Center, curated by Maria Lind

Design: Manuel Bürger & Jan Gieseking; Photography: Joseph Kadow; Creative Direction: Annika Kuhlmann

NEW EELAM
2016

Left: from the ongoing work New Eelam x When Platitudes Become Form, 2016
Aluminium frame and printed tension fabric featuring ‘Vessel II’ (2016) by Asela Gunasekara (purchased from Art Space Sri Lanka)

Design: Manuel Bürger & Jan-Peter Gieseking, Photography: Joseph Kadow, Creative Direction: Annika Kuhlmann


Right: from the ongoing work New Eelam, 2016
Aluminium frame and printed tension fabric; Design: Manuel Bürger &
Jan Gieseking, Photography: Joseph Kadow, Creative Direction: Annika Kuhlmann


Image: AKK



NEW EELAM
2016

Installation view, 11th Gwangju Biennale, Asia Culture Center, curated by Maria Lind


Image: AKK

NEW EELAM
2016

 in collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann


Left: from the ongoing work New Eelam x When Platitudes Become Form, 2016
Aluminium frame and printed tension fabric featuring ‘Vessel III’ (2016) by Asela Gunasekara (purchased from Art Space Sri Lanka)

Design: Manuel Bürger & Jan-Peter Gieseking, Photography: Joseph Kadow, Creative Direction: Annika Kuhlmann


Right: Installation view, 11th Gwangju Biennale, Asia Culture Center, curated by Maria Lind


Image: AKK

WHEN PLATITUDES BECOME FORM
2016

Left: from the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form, 2016
Wood, acrylic, ‘Lion & Buffalo’ (2014) by Prageeth Manohansa (purchased from Art Space Sri Lanka) and red Nike Court Premier Challenger tank top


Right: from the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form, 2016
Wood, acrylic, ‘Portrait VI’ (2014) by Kavinda Silva (purchased from Art Space Sri Lanka) and black Nike Fractual running vest


Image: CKT



WHEN PLATITUDES BECOME FORM
2016

Installation view, Dhaka Art Summit 2016, Dhaka, Bangladesh
 

Image: CKT

WHEN PLATITUDES BECOME FORM
2016

Left: from the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form, 2016
Sculpture (purchased from Art Space Sri Lanka) on shelf with various items such as pigment, exhibition guides and diffuser with bespoke fragrance


Right: from the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form, 2016
Wood, acrylic, ‘Portrait V’ (2014) by Kavinda Silva (purchased from Art Space Sri Lanka) and grey Nike Ultimate Dry training top


Image: CKT



WHEN PLATITUDES BECOME FORM
2016

Left: from the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form, 2016
Wood, acrylic, ‘Awake III’ (2014) by Kavinda Silva (purchased from Art Space Sri Lanka) and green Nike Dri-Fit Contour running shirt


Right: from the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form, 2016
Wood, acrylic, ‘Awake V’ (2014) by Kavinda Silva (purchased from Art Space Sri Lanka) and blue Nike Pro Hypercool shirt


Image: CKT

WHEN PLATITUDES BECOME FORM
2016

Installation view, Dhaka Art Summit 2016, Dhaka, Bangladesh


Image: CKT



CO-WORKERS
2015

Installation view, Musée d’Art Moderne, Paris (FR)


Image: CKT

WHEN PLATITUDES BECOME FORM
2015

Left: Installation view, Yves Klein Archives, Paris



Right: from the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form, 2015
Oil on canvas, wooden frame, netting and ‘Curfew Babies II’ (2015) and ‘Moon Men’ (2014) by Muvindu Binoy, both purchased from Saskia Fernando Gallery, Colombo, Sri Lanka



Images: Aurélien Mole



WHEN PLATITUDES BECOME FORM
2015


Left: from the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form, 2015
Oil on canvas, wooden frame, netting and ‘Untitled XII’ (2013) by Prageeth Manohansa and ‘My Future And My Present II’ (2015) by Krishnapriya Tharmakrishna, both purchased from Saskia Fernando Gallery, Colombo, Sri Lanka



Right: Installation view, Yves Klein Archives, Paris



Images: Aurélien Mole



WHEN PLATITUDES BECOME FORM
2015

From the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form, 2015, Detail view, at Co-Workers, Musée d’Art Moderne,
Paris (FR): bespoke screen featuring ‘Eye With Girl I’ (2014) by Jayantha Pushpakumara; background: ‘FX Tridacna series’ (2015) and ‘Rehabilitated Scribble’ (2012) by Aude Pariset



Image: CKT



WHEN PLATITUDES BECOME FORM
2015

from the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form, 2015, Detail view at Co-Workers, Musée d’Art Moderne, Paris (FR): bespoke screen featuring ‘Untitled I’ (2013) by Mika Tenekoon; background: ‘The Struggle’ (2012) by Timur Si-Qin



Image: CKT



WHEN PLATITUDES BECOME FORM
2015

Left: Christopher Kulendran Thomas, from the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form, 2015, Detail view, at Co-Workers, Musée d’Art Moderne, Paris (FR): bespoke screen featuring ‘Untitled 1’ (2014) by Yohan Medhanka; background: Last Spring/Summer IV by Aude Pariset and Juliette Bonneviot



Right: Christopher Kulendran Thomas, from the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form, 2015
Digital print on acrylic with bespoke gradient effect, lighting stands, Manfrotto super clamps, sand bags and three original artworks, ‘Untitled 1’ and ‘Untitled II’ by Yohan Medhanka and ‘Eye With Girl I’ by Jayantha Pushpakumara (all purchased from Saskia Fernando Gallery, Colombo, Sri Lanka)



Images: CKT

WHEN PLATITUDES BECOME FORM
2015

Left: from the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form, 2015

Detail view, at Co-Workers, Musée d’Art Moderne, Paris (FR): bespoke screen featuring ‘Untitled I’ (2013) by Mika Tenekoon; background: ‘I-Be Area’ (2007) by Ryan Trecartin



Right: from the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form, 2015
Digital print on acrylic with bespoke gradient, lighting stands, Manfrotto super clamps, sand bags and two original artworks by Mika Tennekoon, 'Body and Soul I' and 'Body and Soul IV' (both purchased from Saskia Fernando Gallery, Colombo, Sri Lanka)



Images: CKT



WHEN PLATITUDES BECOME FORM
2012-2015

Left: from the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form, 2012 / 2015

Digital printed two-way mirrored vitrine, uorescent lighting, steel and sculpture acquired from a private collection in Colombo, Sri Lanka, with added custom base.

Installation view, ‘When Platitudes Become Form’, Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Berlin (DE)



Right: from the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form, 2015

Digital print on acrylic with bespoke gradient, light stands, Manfrotto super clamps, sand bags and two original artworks by Yohan Medhanka, ‘Beautiful Melancholy 1’ and ‘Beautiful Melancholy 2’ (both purchased from Saskia Fernando Gallery, Colombo, Sri Lanka)

Installation view, ‘Rehearsals in Instability’, Galerie Andreas Huber, Vienna (AT)



Images: CKT



WHEN PLATITUDES BECOME FORM
2015

Left: from the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form, 2015
Oil on canvas, wooden frame, netting and ‘Figment Of The Internet’ (2015) by Muvindu Binoy (purchased from Saskia Fernando Gallery, Colombo, Sri Lanka)



Right: from the ongoing work When Platitudes Become Form, 2015
Oil on canvas, wooden frame, netting and ‘Bubble’ (2012) by Prageeth Manohansa and ‘Mother’ (2014) by Muvindu Binoy, both purchased from Saskia Fernando Gallery, Colombo, Sri Lanka



Images: Aurélien Mole