Mit Jai Inn - Color in Cave

IDR 187.000
Berikan semangat si kecil untuk menjelajahi sisi artistik mereka di rumah. Set mewarnai Color In Cave mengambil inspirasi dari karya perupa Mit Jai Inn di Children Art Space di Museum MACAN.

Set mewarnai dilengkapi dengan:
6 kuas
1 palet
3 acrylic paint
2 soft stone

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Encourage your little ones to explore their artistic side at home. The Color In Cave Kit draws inspiration from the work of artist Mit Jai Inn at the Children Art Space at Museum MACAN.


The painting kit includes:
6 brushes
1 mixing palette
3 acrylic paints
2 soft stone

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Warna dalam Gua adalah instalasi menakjubkan yang diciptakan perupa Mit Jai Inn untuk anak-anak. Masukilah gerbang gua dan jelajahi dunia kreativitas - cat dan warna, sesuka hatimu. Warna dalam Gua adalah sebuah ruang yang kamu hidupkan dengan interaksi. lnstalasi inl mengeksplorasi ide-ide tentang rumah dan awal kehidupan, ruang hangat di mana kita dapat mengapung bebas - tempat kita bisa mengembangkan berbagai anggapan dan sensasi
yang kuat dari lingkungan kita dan dunia luar.
Sebuah ruang tempat kita berfokus dan mencari kesadaran batin kita.

Gua-gua adalah tempat berteduh, seringkali
juga dianggap situs keramat, tempat semua bentuk kehidupan meninggalkan pola dan warnanya sendiri. Narasi sejarah seni bermula di gua. Kita mungkin berpikir tentang gambar-gambar seperti garis-garis tangan atau kawanan binatang serta tanda-tanda yang lebih abstrak di dinding gua.

Mit Jai Inn mengundangmu untuk masuk dan mengekspresikan diri dengan bebas melalui kegiatan meracik warna, merekat dan menyusun bentuk, melukis di dinding gua dan batu lunak, menggambar dengan fosil warna, melanjutkan goresan orang lain.
serta membaca pesan khusus dari sang perupa.

Dalam praktik kekaryaannya, Mit tertarik ketika sebuah lukisan menjadi lebih dari sekedar lukisan - ketika lukisan dapat memfasilitasi kesadaran terhadap lingkungan bersama. la juga tertarik ketika tindakan merasakan warna bukan tentang melihat dengan mata, melainkan tentang menyadari kepekaan terhadap cahaya, sinar dan getarannya. Bagi sang perupa, kesadaran itu penuh warna.

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Mit Jai Inn lahir pada 1960 di Chiang Mai, Thailand, tempatnya kini tinggal dan berkarya. Ia belajar di Silpakorn University, Bangkok dan Academy of Arts, Wina sambil bekerja sebagain asisten perupa Franz West. Lukisannya biasanya dibuat di kanvas yang tergulung dan tidak dibingkai, berwarna cerah, kebanyakan memiliki dua sisi dan dapat disentuh, kemudian dipamerkan tidak hanya di galeri namun di area publik, taksi, apartemen pribadi, dan sering ia pakai sebagai alat dahang. Sejak kembali ke Thailan pada 1992, Mit terlibat dalam berbagai inisiatif seni yang berhubungan dengan isu polotu dan sosial. Ial adalah salah satu pendiri Chiang Mai Social Installation dan terilbat dalam Midnight University dan The Land Foundation. Ia telah berpartisipasi dalam berbagai pameran, termasiuk 21st Biennale of Sydney, Australia dan SUNSHOWER: Contemporary Art in Southeast Asia from 1980s to Today di Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Jepang.

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Color in Cave is an immersive installation created by the artist Mit Jai Inn, especially for children. Step through the cave's opening and enter a world of creativity – paint and color to your heart's content. Color in Cave is a space that comes to life through interaction.

It explores ideas of home and the beginning of life,
a warm space in which we can float freely - a place where we can develop powerful perceptions and sensations of our surroundings and of the outside world. A space in which we can focus and explore
our inner consciousness.

Caves are shelter, often sacred, ritual sites, where all life forms leave their own patterns and colors.
Art history begins its narrative in the cave. We might think about images such as the outlines of hands
or herds of animals as well as more abstracted markings on a cave's wall.

The artist invites you to enter, to express yourself freely through activities of mixing color, pasting and composing shapes, painting on the cave walls and
soft stones, scribbling with color fossils, adding to
the marks of others and reading special messages from the artist.

In his own practice, Mit is interested in when a painting becomes more than painting - when painting can facilitate an awareness of a shared environment.
He is also interested when the act of perceiving color is not about the eyes, rather, it is about feeling a consciousness of light, its rays and vibrations. To the artist, consciousness is full of color.

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Mit Jai Inn was born in 1960 in Chiang Mai, Thailand, where he currently lives and works. He studies at Silpakorn University, Bangkok and Vienna’s Academy of Arts while working as an assitant to the artist Franz West. His paintings were unstretched and unframed, brightly coloured, mostly two-sided, touchable works that populated galleries but also public spaces, taxis, private apartments, and which he often used as a trading currency. Since returning to Thailand in 1992, Mit has been involved in socially and politically engaged art initiatives. He was a co-founder of Chiang Mau Social Installation and was involved in the Midnight University and The Land Foundation. He has participated in numerous exhibitions, including the 21st Biennale of Sydney, Australia, SUNSHOWER: Contemporary Art in Southeast Asia drom 1980s to Today at the Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, amongst others.

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