Aiyudot Khom has been creating public art in and around Adelaide since 2013.
His early works included a community treasure hunt in the Garden of Unearthly Delights (ABOUT 50), short videos presented on the Rundle Lantern ((Un)Familiar), video installations presented on arrays of solar powered road signs (dailyadelaide.blogspot.com and riverbankadelaide.blogspot.com) and street-based climate change engagement (2darnHot).
Since 2016, Aiyudot has used fences to present community-based artworks.
In partnership with the Goodwood Road Traders Association and the Goodwood Primary School, Aiyudot has presented a series of artworks on the school’s fence, celebrating the seasons, events and institutions of the Goodwood community. This project was joint-winner of the 2017 Mainstream SA award for best market or street activation.
Aiyudot also has created fence art on Clarendon Street, Adelaide, as part of the Upper West Side project, the Main Assembly Building at Tonsley, during the 2016 Maker Faire, St Michael’s College, Henley, during the school’s 2017 art week, Adelaide CBD, through Splash Adelaide, the Modbury Sporting Hub with support of the City of Tea Tree Gully, Apex Park Hawthorndene, through a City of Mitcham public art grant and Bowden, with support of Renewal SA.
Aiyudot uses a wide range of materials in these fence artworks – including flagging tape, cloth tape, corflute, fabric, ribbon, rope, clothing, branches and found objects.
Aiyudot also presents digital artwork, including interactive installations for Renewal SA and Unley Libraries.
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