CX 888, 2018

Deck chairs, 2 single-channel videos, monitors, carpet, floor tiles
Left video (green): 28’01”
Right video (red): 24’14”
Dimensions variable

Two monitors flank the corner windows of de Sarthe Gallery in Hong Kong. The screens respectively blink Cathay Pacific's signature teal and maroon in dactylic hexameter, the poetic meter used in the 'Odyssey.' Deck chairs adjusted to the recline of 1980s business class seats line a carpeted aisle. Interspersed in the videos are stills from the TV series 'Switched at Birth,' culled from a scene between a father yelling (on Cathay Pacific’s teal screen) and his son crying (on subsidiary Cathay Dragon’s maroon screen). Over half the floor tiles are removed and grouped in stacks of 22.
CX 888, 2018
CX 888, 2018
CX 888, 2018
CX 888, 2018
CX 888, 2018
CX 888, 2018
CX 888, 2018
CX 888, 2018
CX 888, 2018