Category: Cross-Disciplinary

G.Louise Cooper & Jeremy Barnett (USA)

  The aim of the installation would be to respond to and highlight the landscape surrounding Chiang Mai. We find it of the utmost importance that the installation is site-specific and sensitive to its context. In taking an initial photographic glance at the landscape, we have felt a certain trepidation at its power. We would […]

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Alex Wang (USA)

  I came to Chiang Mai in 2007 to take part in the Land Foundation’s One Year Project II residency program. I left Chiang Mai in 2009 to pursue graduate school in San Francisco – an amazing place that has become increasingly expensive, White, segregated and conservative. This past year, my living situation has become […]

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Bankleer (Germany)

meltdown Multiply crises keep us in suspense: financial crisis, wars, global warming and diseases put us in a diffuse nervous condition with no orientation. The media flood our perceptions with complex, rapidly changing information, which we can not bring into relation with ourselves. A sense of a state of emergency is spreading in our present. The […]

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VINN PATARARIN & Paveena Amornkul (Thailand)

  Installation Project by VINN PATARARIN in collaboration with Paveena Amornkul Because we would love to further our work in the installation scale, so we team up with Paveena – an architect who specializes in computational design and digital fabrication. The collaboration work initiates multidisciplinary experimentation towards material manipulation and pattern formation parallel with the specialization of computational […]

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