Inside Manga Bubbles
January 28 - March 18, 2023 - Warin Lab Contemporary
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Nomadic Ecologies
November 8, 2022 - January 14, 2023 - Warin Lab Contemporary
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Stemming from Arahmaiani’s ongoing commitment to human rights and the liberty to protect our ecosystem, Nomadic Ecologies is conceived as a two-part project, a residency and exhibition, and it hinges on two main concepts, community collaboration and environmental sustainability.
Nature of Work
September 3 - October 29, 2022 - Warin Lab Contemporary
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The exhibition traces the situations, both harsh and delicate, under which work happens. These artistic projects evoke the nature that underlies the work, whether it is the relentless wind or the precarious woods, the dust of marble that settles on a worker’s face, or writing on precious particles of staple food.
Artificial Nature
July 9 - August 27, 2022 - Warin Lab Contemporary
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The Waiting You Curator Lab invited Nakrob Moonmanas and Mary Pakinee, two young Thai artists, to create new works inspired by Cheewit Kong Chan Lookkrating in Warin Lab Contemporary’s exhibition space that used to be Dr. Boonsong’s office. The exhibition is an exploration into art’s role in environmental conservationism and asks questions about what has been lost in the wake of modernity.
Chronicle of the Landscape
April 26 - July 2, 2022 - Warin Lab Contemporary
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This photographic installation by Sakarin Krue-On (b. 1965) is a multilayered project. Its focus on the landscape doesn’t only reflect on art history and the artist’s past achievements but also on the environmental commitment of Warin Lab Contemporary.
Weaving the Ocean
February 10 - April 2, 2022 - Warin Lab Contemporary
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An ongoing art project that lends a helping hand to resolve marine debris by collecting fishing ropes from the mangroves area, unraveling the plastic strands, and weaving them into textile art.



We are honored to establish our art space in this beautiful 100 year old former residence of a legendary Dr. Boonsong Lekagul (1907 – 1992). He was a man who singled handedly launched Thailand’s wildlife conservation movement.

Our art space engages audience with prevailing social issues through non-conforming art practices.

To achieve the goal of engaging the audience at a profound level, the space devotes its focus to only one social issue per year. In 2021 and 2022, the theme is “Environment.” During the course of the year, the art space houses art exhibitions by different artists who explore environmental and sustainable issues through their own perspectives and approaches.