MA_logo.png

MA - THE SPACE INBETWEEN

ma - the space inbetween

An Exhibition by Rachel Bungey

Please view this site on a laptop.

ENTER SPACE
enter space
 

MA - the space in-between

ma - the space in-between

The Japanese concept of MA - “the interval which gives shape to the whole”. A pause in time, a gap, space. Rachel explores this concept visually through sculpture, focusing on the space in-between structural elements, using space as intervals. 

 

The structural elements are inspired by a font Rachel created, exploring themes of perception and communication, influenced by the challenges she faced when moving to Tokyo and being surrounded by language and alphabets she couldn’t communicate in. The font aims to combine elements from alphabets from all around the world with a focus on abstraction. 

 

In these difficult times Rachel was unable to exhibit these works in a physical space as planned however she felt the concept is more relevant than ever right now, with an emphasis on giving yourself headspace from the overstimulation of media and the pressure of constant communication. 

 

Victor Frankl, the Austrian neurologist and psychiatrist talks about the importance of giving ourselves space “between stimulus and response, there is space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and freedom.”

 

Rachel hopes you are able to explore this exhibition in a moment of peace, take some time to move around the virtual space.

 

Enjoy! 

The Japanese concept of ma - "the interval which gives shape to the whole". a pause in time, a gap, space. rachel explores this concept visually through sculpture, focusing on the space in-between structural elements, using space as intervals. 

 

The structural elements are inspired by a font rachel created, exploring themes of perception and communication, influenced by the challenges she faced when moving to tokyo and being surrounded by language and alphabets she couldn’t communicate in. the font aims to combine elements from alphabets from all around the world with a focus on abstraction. 

 

in these difficult times rachel was unable to exhibit these works in a physical space as planned however she felt the concept is more relevant than ever right now, with an emphasis on giving yourself headspace from the overstimulation of media and the pressure of constant communication. 

 

victor frankl, the austrian neurologist and psychiatrist talks about the importance of giving ourselves space “between stimulus and response, there is space. in that space is our power to choose our response. in our response lies our growth and freedom.”

 

rachel hopes you are able to explore this exhibition in a moment of peace, take some time to move around the virtual space. Enjoy! 

 
 

2D GALLERY SPACE

Drawing5-01.jpg
Painting6-01.jpg
Painting2-01.jpg
Painting1-01.jpg
Drawing6-01.jpg
Drawing7-01.jpg
Drawing8-01.jpg
MA
MA

press to zoom
The
The

press to zoom
in-between
in-between

press to zoom
MA
MA

press to zoom
1/4
Painting3-01.jpg
Drawing2-01.jpg
Handdrawnprint_1of1-01.jpg
Painting5-01.jpg
Painting10-01.jpg
Drawing9-01.jpg
Painting4-01.jpg
Drawing3-01.jpg
Drawing4-01.jpg
Drawing11-01.jpg
Drawing10-01.jpg
Drawing1-01.jpg
MA
MA

press to zoom
The
The

press to zoom
in-between
in-between

press to zoom
MA
MA

press to zoom
1/4
MA
MA

press to zoom
The
The

press to zoom
in-between
in-between

press to zoom
MA
MA

press to zoom
1/4
Gallery
Gallery

press to zoom
Galleryc
Galleryc

press to zoom
Galleryd
Galleryd

press to zoom
Gallery
Gallery

press to zoom
1/4
MA
MA

press to zoom
The
The

press to zoom
in-between
in-between

press to zoom
MA
MA

press to zoom
1/4
Drawing12-01.jpg
Painting9-01.jpg
Painting8-01.jpg
Painting7-01.jpg
All available items