First job: Helping my dad. He was a stonemason and I think that sometimes he forgot that I was, in fact, a girl. He had me mixing cement and carrying tons of stone, as he looked on with a cup of tea shouting instructions.
Present job: Head of Art at St Andrews International School, Sukhumvit 71,...
Medium: It’s a site-specific video installation. I always rely on the surrounding area. I have a video projection but also a light bulb activated by a sensor when someone walks past it. On both sides of this setup are my heartbeat graphs from the days when I was working on this project. On...
When I left Futon, people had a lot of questions. I don’t mind talking about Futon. I was a part of that band.
Now, I hear more honest comments about Futon from the people around me than I did when I was part of the band.
When Futon first began, it was an experimental project. We were always...
What can we expect?
Japanese typically gather around a kotatsu (heated table) and have tangerines on it. We observe how familial lies, deceptions and love are hidden under the heated table covered by a futon (quilt).
What inspired you guys?
We are inspired by Alice in Wonderland and the video game...
What’s your inspiration?
Thai murals, which depict the woman with smooth curves—not with details like muscles or veins. This is the Thai Buddhist style and I really wanted to make that work with female bodies.
What’s your message?
My Girl is about feeling, you can swap the...
Love that job: Teaching
Hate that job: Anything with a strong hierarchy
Most annoying thing: People who never say “why”
Preferred way to die: Let’s see!
Stupidest trend: Wearing fake braces and whitening products
Don’t give a shit about: Degrees
What was your inspiration for this exhibition?
I saw Africa in a different way than what we are usually shown. It has life and cheerfulness, smiles and modernity. These works are inspired by the vibrant colors and happiness of Africa.
What does your art say about you?
It describes my passion and...
Medium: Black and white photograph
Technique: When I was young, every newspaper and magazine was in black & white. No colors. Then, in human perception, black and white photos became somehow a realistic depiction of reality. When I chose black and white, I wanted people to feel that...
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Inspiration: I think that Thai culture and crafts are great—Thai puppets, too. In my sophomore year at Silpakorn, I took a Thai Studies course. That’s when I discovered the puppet room at the National Museum. I returned there with the feeling I had found my special...