A/PART Group Exhibition - Bangkok Biennial 2018
Updated: Aug 18, 2019
A 3 x 8 x2.5 m steel mesh enclosed rectangular structure located in a regulated area is allocated as a simulation zone to develop new models through purposeful zoning, all the while also acting as a central
space for connection. The audience is free to enter the structure and explore the boundaries of personal spaces within the keeping of another’s.
Yawnghwe Office in Exile
Global capitalism is corruption legalized. The lines that separate legal and illegal transactions are becoming increasingly blurred. This is not a legal question, but rather, a political question-- and
ultimately, a question of power.
PJ31 by Prasert Yodkaew
Ideal space offers beauty to most viewers. Preconceived images are often far from the rationality in the reality before us. #PJ31 strives to find a balance from an imagination run wild and the truth that stares back at us.
Stately Remnants by Torwong Wutthiwong
Every square meter of debris represents a former square meter of value. Erosion creates remnants of what could have been while at the same time creating new and unexpected possibilities.
The image of a mackerel records a 20 year history of the normalization of poverty. Harkening back to the beginning of the mackerels use as a tool in extreme rhetoric the meaning in 2018 remains the same as does the poverty it sought to normalize.
Words on a page do not often tell the whole story. The message in Suspicious Things covers events from an uncredible history. The truth becomes less believable with power as readability is challenged through the forced distance from the viewer, thus creating an inferior history.
Hedge joins the inhabitants of Sathorn Unique . The unparalleled panoramic
views offered reflect the heart of this immersive experience. Designed for fulfilled
living and wholesome preservation, true autonomy appears as if by magic.