Kite, Pamela Tan’s immense installation of colored ropes

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3 September 2019

The latest work by Pamela Tan is called Kite and is a huge installation, symbol of life and celebration, made up of thousands of meters of colored threads.

On the occasion of the Good Vibes Festival, the most famous and beloved Malaysian music festival, the architect and designer Pamela Tan decided to create Kite, an installation to celebrate life and celebration. 

It is an immense work, which seen from above has the classic shape of a kite, made by tying, weaving and crossing meters and meters of colored ropes, giving life to a structure composed of arches and geometric shapes between which you can walk and you can lose.

The ropes moved by the wind perfectly restore the image of a kite in flight, giving the installation an ethereal, light and transparent air. 

Discover the beauty of this installation in our gallery and in the video below. 

Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al
Pamela Tan Kite | Collater.al

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