Breathe Residency: Karen Tam, 13 November 2006 - 9 February 2007 ➔ Zen-In-Ten Bathroom, Karen Tam, 2007 Feb 08-2007 Feb 11

Zen-In-Ten Bathroom, Karen Tam, 2007 Feb 08-2007 Feb 11

Type: Exhibition

Information

Type

artist-in-residence

Category

Programme ➔ External Programme

Date(s)

2007 Feb 08 (is beginning date)
2007 Feb 11 (has end date)

History

Zen-in-Ten Bathroom was one of Karen Tam's Pagoda Pads installations created during her residency at the Centre. 

The small installations explored Western notions of China and representations of Chinese culture in current popular culture. The spaces were decorated with 'must-have' furnishings presenting a critical view of stereotype in objects used in interior designs. For the installation, the artist redecorated a bathroom in a residential home in Mile Platting, Manchester. The design implemented stereotypical elements related to relaxation, including bamboo groves and Japanese rock gardens. The bathroom was open to visitor  between 8th-11 February. 

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Related People and Organisations

Tam, Karen, artist (Is or was participant in)

Related Places

Manchester ()

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