Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
Oct 19, 2018 - Feb 03, 2019
Bangkok Art Biennale is an art event organized by the Bangkok Art Biennale Foundation. Its mission is to inspire ASEAN and international audiences by raising awareness and actively nurturing contemporary art exhibitions.
In this Bangkok Art Biennale 2018, mainly in the BANGKOK ART AND CULTURE CENTRE, exhibition halls were set up in twenty locations around Bangkok, including galleries, temples, malls, and hotels, allowing visitors to appreciate a variety of works.
Duration: 19th October 2018 to 3rd February 2019.
Throughout the duration of the Bangkok Art Biennale 2018, the eighth floor of the BANGKOK ART AND CULTURE CENTRE was set up as an experimental space, making it the site of art where unexpected events can occur. There were symposiums such as performances and talks from artists including hidden messages of 'Beyond Bliss'. Performance artists were invited with the aim of it being a participatory platform for seeing, thinking, playing, acting, or relaxing alongside large-scale installations.
'The State of Suffering' (Mental Therapy) 2018
Using black wire as the main material, this work represents the inner character of a strong, yet actually very fragile artist. She created sculptures reflecting sadness, frustration, and family relations, and the transformation from sadness to happiness is expressed through the artwork.
Born in Thailand in 1987
Fine Art, Ubon Ratchathani Vocational College
Vocational Certificate, HighVocational Certificate
2nd prize Silver Medal Award (Mixed Media) in the 62nd National Exhibition of Art 2017
Won Art Education Award (Best Artwork) 2018
'Tape Bangkok' 2018
Developed from experiments in stage art, this piece has a structure composed of adhesive tape that extends from the ceiling to the floor.
This work, like a huge cocoon with a strong impact, allows people to enter, and crawling through a translucent tunnel, a special experience is witnessed that appeals to the five senses, thereby encouraging a sense of self-awareness and regeneration.
Numen For Use Design Collective
An art group that works in the fields of conceptual art, landscape, industrial design, and spatial design. It was formed under the banner of 'For Use' in 1998 by industrial designers, Sven Jonke, Christoph Katzler, and Nikola Radeljkovic.
Since launching a large-scale project for the 'Inferno' production at the National Theatre Centre in Madrid in 2004, they have been deeply involved in European theatrical scenes.
Light installation and performance
Live performance period: 20th November to 2nd December 2018
Actress, director, and member of B-floor Theatre.
Chulalongkorn University, Dance Movement Psychotherapist lecturer
'Moving System Pavilion' 2018
9 x 9 x 6 m
"Wood is a gift from nature, the only natural material we can naturally bring back,". This work is inspired by Thein Ot Phen, a wooden block joint which was made in Nakhon Pathom. Representing a quarter of a pyramid shape, this piece has the pleasure of being a venue for artists to perform and to attract the participation of many audiences.
Vira Inpuntung and Pich Poshyananda
Bangkok Art Biennale 2018 not only allowed you to appreciate the works and performances of various artists throughout the event, but it also had participatory exhibits.
Basic information about the gallery that was provided in the exhibition hall.
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre