International and local artists confront questions of subjectivity and ownership of their work in a world dominated by contemporary reproduction techniques and the different mindsets created by the pervasive influence of the internet.
A series of paintings and prints from Chinese artist Bei Ni taking inspiration from the Chinese proverb “Seeing is Believing,” urging people to reconsider the way they consume media. Curated by Vasan Sitthiket.
Artist Kamin Lertchaiprasert explores the concept that no single life can exist on its own by presenting a large golden sculpture in the shape of a human skull titled “Before Birth After Death” accompanied by a short film, We Are All The Same. He also invites young artists and cultural workers to produce short films of people who have touched them to be screened as part of this exhibition.