In-Between by Rifqi Amirul Rosli
Border places are always thought to be non-emotional, detached and cold places of commute. Similar to a non-place, this back and forth movement across such spaces, in which the individual remains anonymous at the crossroads of human interaction, has an effect on our psychology. There is a certain detachment to such spaces. I want to explore the physicality of these places and our relationship with them by mapping a psychological space onto the architectural environment, taking cues from the existing infrastructures - particularly, border places.
Silkscreen and concrete flocking on Paper, 42cm X 59.4cm $500