2015 07/03 - 2015 07/03

Baan Noorg : Day OFF LABoratory - Alternative Interdisciplinary Art by JIANDYIN

day OFF LABoratory or OFF LAB is a Pilot project - alternative interdisciplinary art program operates by Baan Noorg, based on post-studio and participatory practice. It functions as a dynamic program to develop contemporary art and cultural production. OFF LAB's first project: Pop-up Community History Museum (Model study for Nongpho community) was launched in May 2014. This year, it will follow with 365 Days : LIFE MUSE (Model study for Nongpo community’s foreign labours) that will begin in August 2015.



--Baan Noorg is a non-profit institution in partnerships between jiandyin, Sakarin Krue-On, Hsu Chia Wei and Lo Shih Tung, found by Pornpilai and Jiradej Meemalai aka jiandyin since 2011. Baan Noorg is located in Nongpo District, Ratchaburi, Thailand



SPEAKERs: jiandyin 

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