2014 02/07 - 2014 04/06

ThaiTai Fever - After and Before a Meeting

The title of the last exhibition in Bangkok from OCAC was How to fix a leaking roof in rainy days?. This title speaks the multilayered concept of “relationship”, while OCAC was in residence in Bangkok for six months. It also questions while an exchange is in process, how do we compile in order to present and share in stages what we experienced and our developing thoughts. Once again, we present OCAC in a fictional space. In ThaiTai Fever project, we selected photos from each artist and their friends during the residency period, and invited them to be reworked and recreated. At the same time, we have students from Trans-disciplinary Arts in TNUA here, to propose various viewpoint in keywords and methods for future South East Asian culture exchange.  We tried to position this compilation in the timeline between current and future. In looking back, we open a new chapter, one kind of interpretations in re-measurement of a Thailand-Taiwan project.

 

Participants|

Suwicha Dussadeewanich / Kritsada Dussadeewanich / Preeyachanok Ketsuwan / Jakrawal Nilthamrong / Sakarin Krue-On / Jiandyin / Suporn Shoosongdej /

Wasinburee Supanichvoraparch / Sutthirat Supaparinya / Thaweesak Srithongdee / Krynkana Kongpetch / Soifa Saenkhamkon / Charika Sarisut / Niwat Manatpiyalert / Chayanit cheysombatti / Chang En Man / Chiu Chen Hung / Chiu Chao Tsai / Chou Yu Cheng / Fan Hsiao Lan / Hsu Chia Wei / Lin Chiwei / Liu Hojang / Lo Shih Tung / Yeh Wei Li / Tippawan Narintorn / Suraporn Lertwongpaitoon / Jaitip Jaidee / Prapat Jiwarangsan / Ankana Srisuk / Penwadee Nophaket Manont / Gong Rachan / Sitthiporn Maliwan / Kanaros Termsakcharoen / Chia Chen Jen / Shih Pei Chun / Chen Chi Pan / Teng Chao-Ming / Leo Wang / Eve June Liu / Xu Jian-Yu / Wu Chien Hsing / Huang Chunzhen / Yu-Cheng Liu / Liu Yu Ciao / Lee Jo Mei / Chen Szu Han / Syu Jia-Jhen / Paramaporn Sirikulchayanont / Laphop Jittrasart / Alex Face / Varank Subanarat / Arpamas Benyapad / Saksit Pattarapragrit / Aek Suwannarat / Surin Yingyong /Apichart Yimyong / Piti Amraranga & Jutamas Buranajade / Kaensan Rattanasomrerk / Siwakorn Tesabumrung / Saranya Picharanant / Theerapol Uthum / Sunisa Teptarakunkarn / Supaporn Chulaka / Lin Sheng-Wen / Freya Chou / Rikey Cheng / Amy Cheng / Jeph Lo / Hsieh Wen-Chuan / Fang Yen-Hsaing / Daisy Li / Morris Kuo / Gary Wang / Nov Amenomori / Manipa Jayawan / Herbert Höfer / Wu Pei-Chen / Yang Che-Hao / Chang Mei-Ting / Morphine Tseng / Li Kuei-Pi / Chung Yu-Ting / Chiu Po-Ting / Li Cheng-Yeh / Wang Teng-Yi / Wang Yen-Cheng / Chang Ching-Ju

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