Arin Rungjang's Voyage is about the places we create, imagine, and remember.
A combination of moving images and lightboxes set to a musical composition that blends natural and horological sounds, the piece’s poetic imagery was inspired by memories of sites in and around Le Brassus. In discussions with people who have travelled a long way to work at Audemars Piguet, Rungjang learned about which places resonate in their personal histories.
In discussions with people who had come from afar to work at Audemars Piguet, Rungjang, learned about which places - the Risoud forest, the Lac de Joux, and the Vallorbe Cave, among others - were especially resonant in their personal histories.
Fragments of those stories - economical migration or war refugees - appear as texts in the piece, adding a subjective element to the collective memory that Voyage creates in the viewer's mind.