A Glimpse Into Third Realm

“Each work presented opens powerful doors into artistic and cultural worlds. The exhibition could not be more perfect for the time we are living in where humans, as social beings, are disrupted and find themselves in isolation. Third Realm is a show that wants to stimulate dialogue, research, communality and openness,” says Davide Quadrio, the exhibition’s curator and co-founder of the FarEastFarWest collection.

Third Realm is on view now until November 8.

Exhibition tours take place every Saturday.

Watch Davide’s online introduction to Third Realm.

Banner Image left to right: Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Ghost Teen, 2009, mural print; Jompet Kuswidananto, Third Realm Venice Series #2, 2011, installation; Jompet Kuswidananto, Pilgrims & Plagues, 2011, single channel video; Jompet Kuswidananto, Family Chronicle #1, 2011 inkjet prints; Jompet Kuswidananto, Family Chronicle #1, 2011 inkjet prints.

All images by SITE Photography unless otherwise noted. All artwork courtesy FarEastFarWest collection.

Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Red Dogs, 2009, mural print.

Paola Pivi, Tulkus, 2012–ongoing, inkjet prints.

Left – Right: Jompet Kuswidananto, Pilgrims & Plagues, 2011, single channel video; Jompet Kuswidananto, Family Chronicle #1, 2011, inkjet prints; Jompet Kuswidananto, Family Chronicle #2, 2011, inkjet prints.

Gary-Ross Pastrana, Two Rings, 2008, inkjet prints.

Sutee Kunavichayanont, 12 Reasons Why Thai People Are Not Afraid of Globalisation, 2004–2009, inkjet prints, book, drawing; Cao Fei, RMB City Opera, 2010, video; Cao Fei, RMB City Opera: The Revolution, 2009, inkjet print; Cao Fei, RMB City Opera: But Sometimes I Confuse, 2009, inkjet print; Cao Fei, RMB City Opera: The Look of Love, 2009, inkjet print

Left – Right
Xijing Men, I Love Xijing, 2009, single channel video; Xijing Men, This is Xijing — The Life of the Xijing Presidents (Urban Planning), 2008, inkjet print; Xijing Men, Welcome to Xijing — Xijing Olympics (Bicycle Race), 2008, inkjet print;
Xijing Men, Welcome to Xijing — Xijing Olympics (Opening Ceremony), 2008, inkjet print.

Comfortable Collective, Double Infinity, 2010, installation with video. Photo by Diane Evans.

Heman Chong, Monument to the People We’ve Conveniently Forgotten (I hate you), 2008, approximately 1 million business cards