Gallery recreates tiny living spaces

If you think Brooklyn living is cramped, try Hong Kong or Japan.

Whimsical and ghostly sound sculptures at a Bushwick gallery recreate the experience of living in a tight space by combining intimate objects from real apartments with interviews with real-life residents.

“Jonathan & Muragishi,” an exhibition by artist Leung Chi Wo, not only illustrates how domestic spaces become infused with their inhabitants but also attempts to retrieve memories of the artistic community.

Article for The Brooklyn Paper.

Boxed in: Leung Chi Wo’s exhibition “Jonathan & Muragishi” at the International Studio and Curatorial Program, is a series of audio sculptures capturing the feeling of small living spaces.

Boxed in: Leung Chi Wo’s exhibition “Jonathan & Muragishi” at the International Studio and Curatorial Program, is a series of audio sculptures capturing the feeling of small living spaces.

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