Between Spaces & Look-Overlook

By , May 24, 2010 10:19 am



At The Art Center, Center of Academic Resources, Chulalongkorn University

April 9 – May 15, 2010

Opening reception: Friday April 23, 2010, 6-8pm

“Through the eyes of others, we see the world differently.”

In the face of globalisation where the world has become smaller and smaller, the void inside each human’s heart has actually expanded. In our daily life, we all keep building up a wall to create a personal space and simply live within the small world we have created.

This time around, The Art Center would like to introduce two exhibitions by two young artists that challenge the viewers about their notion of space. These exhibitions are two small worlds, presented through different perspectives, yet originating from the same society the artists and curators live in. Their intention is to allow the viewers to get to know the worlds other than their own and start to see their own world differently. Maybe, we’ll then realise that what we’re looking for in our own world, all the answers we’re trying to get, can actually be found in other people’s worlds, if we care to look at them





Between Spaces

Artists: Jackkrit Anantakul and Chawnchom Boonmegurdsup

Curator: Narongsak Nilkhet

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Everybody craves for a private space. But in today’s living conditions, especially with all the modern technologies that give us convenience that we’re so attached to, it’s impossible to disconnect ourselves from a public space. The notion of the two spaces has become ambiguous and no one can really distinguish one from the other. Vising Between Spaces will be a challenge for people who try to define private and public spaces.

Jackkrit Anantakul ‘s artwork

Chawnchom Boonmegurdsup’s artwork

Educational Program for ‘Between Spaces’

A talk on the ambiguity between private and public spaces, 23 April, 2010  1-2 p.m.

By Thanavi Chotpradit


Look – Overlook

An art project to heighten awareness

Artist: Jedsada Tangtrakulwong
Curator: Pichaya Piyassapan

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We live our daily life depending on our sight and the preconceived belief of the world. But sometimes, our mind can trick us to believe we have seen things that we might have never really looked at. So, wouldn’t it be better to actually start noticing the world around us carefully, learning its details, and seeing it for what it truly is.


Educational Program for “Look-Overlook”

Friday May 7, 2010, 1.30-3pm

By Jedsada Tangtrakulwong

At The Art Center 7th Floor, Center of Academic Resources,

Chulalongkorn University

Jedsada Tangtrakulwong is always interested in the place he visits, for work or living. Every time he enters a new space, the artist will explore its architectural character to find out how the space is different from others or what its unique qualities are. For this talk, Jedsada will speak about his inspiration and preoccupation with site-specific installations. Also, he will make references to artists who work with the same technique.





About Curators and Artists


Pichaya Piyassapan


2000-2004 Bachelor of Fine Art, Faculty of Fine and Applied Art, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
2007-Present Master of Art in Cultural Management (International Program), Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

Experience (Selected Project)

Dec 2009 - Animamix, MOCA – Taipei, Taiwan (Local Coordinator, Exhibitor)
Jun 2009 – Always (as it was) – A narrative of the sociopaths by Hou Chun-Ming, Wu Jian’an and Tang Contemporary Art,Bangkok,Thailand (Curator)
May 2009 - Tang Contemporary Art at Art HK 2009,Hong Kong,China (Project Coordinator, Exhibitor)
Aug 2008 – A.W.C. – A contemporary photography exhibition by Ralf Tooten, Tang Contemporary Art,Bangkok,Thailand (Exhibition Executive)
May 2008 - Tang Contemporary Art at Beijing Art Fair 2008, Beijing,China (Project Coordinator, Exhibitor)
Apr 2008 – Radiancy: An odyssey into the works of Feng Zhengjie, Tang Contemporary Art and The Queen’s Gallery, Bangkok,Thailand (Exhibition Executive)
Feb 2008 – Ripe Project: Village and Harvest Time by Tang Contemporary Art and Ardel Gallery of Modern Art, Bangkok, Thailand (Exhibition Executive)

Narongsak Nilkhet


- Curator, Co-ordinator, Researcher and Writer


- High School from Amnuay Silpa School, Bangkok (1999-2001)
- Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology with Art History at Archaeology Faculty, Silpakorn University, Bangkok (2002-2005)
- Master of Fine Arts in Art Theory at Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts Faculty, Graduate School of Silpakorn University, Bangkok (2008-Currently)


Jedsada Tangtrakulwong

2004 – 2006 MFA Fine Art with Distinction,
The Slade School of Fine Art, University College London, U.K.
1996 -1999 Bachelor of Fine Art,
San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, U.S.A.

Solo Exhibitions
2010 Look-Overlook – The Art Center, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.
2009 Stand and Fall – KunstDoc Project Space, KunstDoc Gallery, Seoul, Korea
2007 Passage – Tadu Contemporary Art, Bangkok, Thailand
2007 Off the frame – Hof Art Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
2006 Composition with Arch Windows – Alsop Architects, London, U.K.

Selected Group Exhibitions
2010 Salon Für Kunstbuch. An Artwork as enterprise – Museum of Contemporary Art Leipzig,
2009 Emerging Talents–Bashimi Art House, Salzburg Gallery, Salzburg, Austria.
2009 Open Studio 5–The National Art Studio Goyang, the National Museum of Contemporary Art,Korea
2009 Beyond Taboo: Project Standing by 000.–Dukwon Gallery, Alternative Space Loop and Mizy Center,Seoul,Korea
2008 Krungthep 226: The Art from Early days to the Imagined Future–Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre,Bangkok,Thailand
2008 Wanderlust – Tadu Contemporary Art,Hof Art Gallery,Srinakharinwirot University,Bangkok,Thailand
2007 Abstract Art – Chiang Mai University Art Museum, Chiang Mai, Thailand
2006 Good to Declare – MFA International, Ben Gurion Airport Terminal 1,Tel-Aviv, Israel.
2006 Utopia – Athens School of Fine Art, Rethymno, Greece
2006 Light & Colour – Woburn Research Centre, London, U.K.

Grants/ Awards/ Residency
2009 Asia Pacific Artist Fellowship Program, National Art Studio Goyang, the National Museum of Contemporary Art,Korea
2006 Artist-In-Residence, Athens School of Fine Art, Rethymno, Greece
2006 Slade Scholarship, Slade School of Fine Art, London, U.K.
2005 West Dean Summer School Bursary, West Dean College, Chichester, U.K.
2004 Lightfoot Bursary, Slade School of Fine Art, London, U.K.
1999 Special Recognition Award, San Francisco Art Institute, U.S.A.
1998 BFA Merit Scholarship, San Francisco Art Institute, U.S.A.

2010 artschool uk, Cell Project Space, London, UK.


Jackkrit Anantakul

B.F.A (Communication Design). School of fine and applied arts, Bangkok University. Thailand.

2009-Now : Michael Paul Young Studio and You Work For Them
2005-2010 : Founder, Creative and Graphic designer of Design Reform Council.
2004 : Full-time Designer at ‘Ductstore the design guru Co.Ltd.

Design Exhibition

2008 : Bangkok Design Festival 2008
2008 : Noting to Say at Pridi Banomyong Institute
2008 : Vision and Sound Relation Theory Exhibition, Happy Monday Ekamai.
2008 : Exhibition Ploy-Saeng Festival at TCDC Thailand Creative & Design Center.
2008 : ArtAids
2008 : Speaker in Pecha Kucha Night Bangkok Vol:04 at TCDC Thailand Creative & Design Center.
2007 : Speaker in Pecha Kucha Night Bangkok Vol:01 at House Movie Theater.
2006 : Inspired by the King the 60th anniversary of his majesty the king’s accession to the throne art exhibition by 30 famous artists by Playgound and Wallpaper*magazine
2005 : 662 Design Exhibition, Bangkok University Gallery

Guest lecture

2008 : Guest lecture at School of fine and applied arts (Communication Design), Bangkok University.
2008 : Guest lecture “ How ” at Communication Art, Bangkok University.


2005 : Radioactive Streetstyle T- Shirt Design Competition Vol:02, Malaysia. *The Top 10 T shirt Design
2003 : The Conqueror student workshop 2003 Portrait Symbol, Bangkok University, High Recommendable Award by Mr. Hiromi Inayoshi, Chairman of Super Graphic NY Co.,Ltd. *Portrait Symbol for Logo and Portrait Symbol for Poster.
2002 : IFEC ilogo award 2002, Thailand. * 3rd logo.


Chawnchom Boonmegurdsup

2000-2001 – The 12-13 TOSHIBA “Brings Good Things to Life” Art Competition, Bangkok, Thailand.
2003 – The 5 Kochi International Triennial Exhibition of Prints, Japan.
2005-2007 – The 51-53 National Exhibition of Art, Bangkok, Thailand.
- Printmaking Exhibition “The Beauty of Darkness” ArtGorillas, Bongkok, Thailand.
2008 – The 7 Kochi International Triennial Exhibition of Prints, Japan.

2005 - 3 Prize, Bronze Medal Award, Graphic Art Section, 51 National Exhibition of Art, Bangkok, Thailand.
2006 - 2 Prize, Silver Medal Award, Graphic Art Section, 52 National Exhibition of Art, Bangkok, Thailand.
2007 - 2 Prize, Silver Medal Award, Graphic Art Section, 52 National Exhibition of Art, Bangkok, Thailand.

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