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Poklong traces the rhythms, patterns and textures of the hidden structures of flows: sharing an elevator ride with strangers in silence; the city’s sewer system, which only becomes unhidden when it overflows onto the streets due to clogging; electricity penetrating walls into our households to serve us until the next black-out; waterways and gateways; service roads, fly-overs and construction sites – the relentless circular movements of our lifelines. How is energy moved through and stored in these arteries of our body and our city?  This exhibition can be considered a stopover platform: an invite to pause and re-think the markers of dis/connections. _  Join us on August 10, Saturday, as we close the exhibition 'Current' with an artist walk-through with Poklong Anading at 4pm. This event is free and open to the public.

Poklong traces the rhythms, patterns and textures of the hidden structures of flows: sharing an elevator ride with strangers in silence; the city’s sewer system, which only becomes unhidden when it overflows onto the streets due to clogging; electricity penetrating walls into our households to serve us until the next black-out; waterways and gateways; service roads, fly-overs and construction sites – the relentless circular movements of our lifelines. How is energy moved through and stored in these arteries of our body and our city?

This exhibition can be considered a stopover platform: an invite to pause and re-think the markers of dis/connections.
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Join us on August 10, Saturday, as we close the exhibition 'Current' with an artist walk-through with Poklong Anading at 4pm. This event is free and open to the public.