Born in 1977, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.
Enkhtaivan Ochirbat obtained his education in the Institute of Fine Arts of Mongolia. His artistic career was developed during a period of transition in the 1990s. While teaching at various arts colleges and universities in Mongolia, Enkhtaivan took part of over 40 important exhibitions held not just in his home country, but in Asia, Europe and North America, including The 27th Asian International Art exhibition Thailand, The 28th Asian International Art Exhibition Taiwan, Crossing Identities beginners and experts, Hybrids/Urban Nomads Festival Berlin (2014), Signature Art prize, Singapore (2011) and the Beijing International Art Biennale (2008). Enkhtaivan uses a wide range of media, not limited to painting and sculpture, but also uses media such as filmic installations.
This video forces the viewer to question their own actions and consequences in relation to the environment . A chair with a foreshortened back, positioned in the middle of desert becomes a symbol of power to be fought over, it is uncomfortable, fragile and will not support anyone for long. Fish in the tiny oasis look out questioningly. The shifting projection emits shadows and the chair seems to implicate the viewer. We are forced to question our own actions and the consequences in relation to the environment.