“Flush” SF’s Bathrooms Turned into Video/Art Exhibits | SoMa
“Flush!” is a site-specific video installation by Abraham Chan, Shaghayegh Cyrous, Kathryn Ian, and Ying Zou – explore four private bathrooms (with a futuristic Japanese-styel toilet), each with their own video and sound pieces.
While toilets mainly function as sanitation fixtures used for the most basic of human needs, toilets can also provide private spaces for isolated contemplation and to disconnect from outside experiences. Four new media artists gathered together to create site-regarded video installations to explore their interpretation of the most private of human spaces.
Visualize a new concept space, featuring the artists’s work at TOTO’s Concept 190 , a WASHLET Studio. TOTO, established in 1917, is the manufacturer of the “most intelligent toilet”. The exhibition is showcasing individual video and sound pieces by the artists in four private bathrooms, each with a fully functional WASHLET, for a truely unique and immersive restroom experience.