September 23 - November 26, 2021
The exhibition concentrates on the theme of trash, embracing the complexity of all the different meanings the word “trash” embodies. In Cameron Platter's world, trash is a wide concept that includes ecological aspects like: environmental degradation, mutations and toxicity. But trash also overcomes this perspective and is metaphor for our society’s debris. The exhibition includes large drawings and wood sculptures of plastic chairs.
July 15 - September 15, 2021
“One Generation Plants the Trees, Another Gets the Shade” presents a hypothesis of the root cause of the air pollution issue in the Northern part of Thailand. Inevitably, the critical issue lies in humankind’s consumption habits which cannot be resolved by art or a single person.
May 12 - July 10, 2021
"Reincarnations" is a multidisciplinary art project by Thai artist Ruangsak Anuwatwimon, which looks at ecologies of life that are in danger of extinction or are already extinct as a consequence of human actions, from exploiting natural resources to manipulating history and geography for political benefits, and not because of organic evolution.
February 24 - April 21, 2021
“SWAMPED” intends to project the critical idea that the devil is not in the innovation of plastic but in the human’s habit of convenience first.