Anon’s Tape Collection at CIGE 2009


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April (2009), Vitra Design Museum had invited Anon Pairot to become their representative for Boibuchet workshop at CIGE, in order to persuade visitors and artists to attend this workshop.

In this time Anon stunned people again by creating a special electric fan which still able to blow and a special rack for Book Collection of Vitra and shown in Vitra Booth in CIGE. From previously foundation idea of Tape project, he adapted to develop this project by using red tape which represents the color of China which could advocate Chinese style traditional rack which he found unanticipated while he went shopping from local furniture retailer stores in China and use its conformation apply with his tape collection and become an unique étagère. Again with his notably performance he also bought an electric fan in old style and wrap it with tape. And that was the narrative of his new tape collection in China. Next time let’s see what he’s gonna do with his tape collection.

edited by cheff

CIGE 2009

China, the new most upcoming buying power country and driven by a process of grand reform and internationalization, China has made remarkable achievements in its economic growth in the short period of 2 decades and emerged as a global force. This year CIGE a.k.a. China International Gallery Exposition will take place at the China World Trade Centre Exhibition Hall in Beijing in April 16 – 19, 2009 (Preview: April 15).
Luckily, this year Anon Pairot was given an opportunity to perform his special project “The Tape Installation” lively in Vitra Design Museum which join CIGE as a representative. By using tape wraps over a furniture, but at this time he’s going to use traditional furniture like Ming’s chair and make a new look with simple “Tape“. According to his primitive concept of this project; ‘Art is all around’, everybody could do that even a high school students could use their tape which normally wrap their report’s gutter to make an art product without demand to use a costly or expensive material to make it. From this positive aspect, it makes him create plenty of created design.

by cheF