Specializing in Thai & Asian Contemporary Art

this time we feel, this time we see

H Project Space is very pleased to announce a site-specific and kinetic installation by the Seattle-based artist Mark VonRosenstiel. Mark has been resident in Bangkok to further explore his interest in relationships between our perception and physical experience of time and place.

this time we feel, this time we see is a drawing machine which functions according to live video feeds from the street of H Gallery and CCTV footage of Bangkok. Visualizing the passage and sensation of time, the machine creates an analogy for our perception of the shifting conditions of our surroundings. Mark is interested in disparities between our micro and macro experience of time passing, and this time we see, this time we feel traces how we affect and are affected by the immediate and larger contexts of place and space.

Mark VonRosenstiel was born in Seattle, Washington, USA. He studied theoretical mathematics at Johns Hopkins University and fine art at the Maryland Institute College of Art. Mark’s work spans painting, sculpture and installation. Most recently he has become interested in creating representations of internalized human experience and exploring the boundaries between observation and participation. Mark lectures on ideas of incompleteness, randomness, and scale invariance in relation to art practice and the potential to discover truths by creative means.


Mark VonRosentiel
February 7 – March 3 2013
Curated by Brian Curtin