Noor Huda Ismail, the filmmaker, examines the media campaign on Indonesians and takes an in-depth look at the reasons behind Indonesian radicalism.
“If You Give Me Lemon, I’ll Make Lemonade” invites the audience to consider an unexpected yet beautiful relationship between the objects and the human life.
A solo exhibition of oil paintings, which Verapong Sritrakul humbly compared them to “a speck of dust in a chronicle record” of the world history
The exhibition presents works and materials by the 10 recipients of this year’s Practice and Research awards following their return.
Luke Satoru cultivates his visual narrative on living/working in a multi-cultural through tattooing and painting pulls from his Asian – American background.
A museum docent with split personality escorts the audience around the gallery commenting on the works that are on display.
In conjunction with the exhibition, Watercolour Landscapes, artcommune is hosting an art talk and demonstration of watercolour by Khor Ean Ghee.
“Empirical Atlas” focuses on the relationship between identity and politics, as well as globalization, material production, and consumer culture.
Art Group Exhibition that defining the realm of a new era as Thailand grapples with itself, a tug of war ensues between prosperity and collapse.