Baan Noorg Collaborative Arts and Culture is a non-profit artist initiative, a fundament strategy for community development and an artistic practice service-providing program located in Nongpho district, Ratchaburi, found by jiandyin since 2011. Baan Noorg runs alternative interdisciplinary art program for developing contemporary art and cultural production for local and global community.

 

2014 02/08 - 2014 02/09

MITT stands for a temporary art and cultural network among artist initiatives from Myanmar, Indonesia, Taiwan and Thailand is a verb to cluster collective efforts in imagining regional dialogues and exchanges. To reflect and explore our mobility and operations conditioned in the neo-liberalism global economy and our local political contexts, the meeting of MITT is an opportunity to ...

2013 12/07 - 2014 02/08

Following the end of the namesake demonstrated in Bangkok Art and Culture Center in 2012, ThaiTai: A Measure of Understanding toured to Taiwan for exhibition and was highly marked as the cooperation project milestone between Taiwan and Thailand. It inherits and emphasizes the significance in the interaction process... 
Lee Jo MeiChou Yu ChengLin ChiweiWu Chien HsingChiu Chen HungChiu Chao TsaiFan Hsiao LanShih Pei ChunChi Kai YuanHsu Chia WeiSyu Jia JhenChia Chen JenHuang Chunzhen + Liu Youcheng + Liu YuqiaoChang En ManYeh Wei LiLiu HojangLo Shih Tung

2014 02/07 - 2014 04/06

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...

 

2013 02/01 - 2013 02/01

All things are impermanent, carry on decaying and vanishing toward an oblivion and non-existence condition. While we accept and compromise the deterioration, we keep in mind about maintenance, not for a neat appearance but to expand the relationship between human, among scattered forms, and to overcome the conscious mind which was fully engaged.

2012 10/13 - 2012 10/13

On the occasion of the via P.P.T. salon #3, OCAC Bangkok has invited Hsu Chia-Wei , Taiwanese artist and Jakrawal Nilthamrong, Thai artist to introduce their works. Both of them focus on narration within history, voyage, and fiction to produce film and video work.

2012 09/12 - 2012 09/12

VIA P.P.T. (Presence Pressure Temptation) salons are an OCAC Bangkok’s program that invite OCAC members artists, artists from Thailand, Taiwan and abroad to introduce works, give lectures, do performances, etc. at the OCAC Bangkok space. There are about 12 salons during the OCAC Bangkok programs in Bangkok from August 2012 - January 2013.