2013 12/07 - 2014 02/08

ThaiTai : A Measure of Understanding

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, and therefore, more and more Thai artists have been invited to Taiwan for art creating. Collaboration and assistance allow those Thai artists to innovate and develop in Taiwan. The exhibit space in Chung Shan Creative Hub is divided into three display areas, which respectively represent three questions: “Is the encounter of ThaiTai an accident?” “Should ThaiTai be prejudiced?” “How do we imagine ThaiTai?” These three matters show the reflection to the exhibit concept and the feedback to the communication in ThaiTai project.

 

Artists : Suwicha and Kritsada Dussadeewanich, Alex Face, Preeyachanok Ketsuwan, Sakarin Krue-On, Rachan Komklieng, Suraporn Lertwongpaitoon, Jiandyin (Pornpilai and Jiradej Meemalai), Jakrawal Nilthamrong and Kaensan Rattanasomrerk, Suporn Shoosongdej, Thaweesak Srithongdee, Wasinburee Supanichvoraparch, Sutthirat Supaparinya
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

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