Liners is a direct interpretation of the exhibition theme: Bucks 'N Barter. It addresses the relationship between the currency and trade.
Through a history of ruled countries and rulers, goods and habits have been exchanged becoming ultimately familiar. The colonial banknotes were in the currency of the ruling country and yet the finely drawn images showed sceneries of daily life, luscious fruits and nature.
The installation as a container of multiple space between the past and the present, juxtaposited together with hand-carved white marble sweets and the paper liners made from the colonial banknotes. These fragile, delicate liners become containers of empty space, suspended on marble white sweets. What does the materiality of an empty containers may contain, when the visitors reflect their own image on the mirror?