Siloscope is a site responsive installation that transforms a 100ft antique grain silo into a metaphorical telescope/microscope and viewing portal of an alternate universe.  Siloscope is a site responsive installation of a constructed celestial body inside a grain silo of Buffalo RiverWorks that intends to evoke a sense of wonder and mystery in audience members. … Read moreSiloscope

Dear Himalaya From Chiang Mai

Dear Himalaya, From Chiang Mai was an on-the-move Artist/Musician in Residency program between Thailand and the Himalaya, aimed at creating new dialogues and cross-cultural art experiences. Thailand, 2017 Thailand, 2018 Nepal, 2018 Thailand, 2019 Introduction In May 2010, as part of Big Foot project, my collaborator – Wuthichai Jaisamak and I set out on a dream … Read moreDear Himalaya From Chiang Mai

Doi Saket’s New Clothes Project

DoiSaket’s New Clothes was an investigation of the idea that many people believe something that is not true to fit in the common society because they want to be accepted. Our collaborations took the participants back to the countryside. Living with nature of the old days in the Doisaket District during the annual Loi Krathong Festival. By … Read moreDoi Saket’s New Clothes Project

Your Message In The Bottles

Over 66 million results will turn up when you try to search “Utopia” on the web; more than half a million images, or over 16,100 online videos. Since the word was invented five centuries ago, it has been a topic of discussions and investigations amongst scholars and like-minded individuals. Contemporarily, from death metal rock concerts … Read moreYour Message In The Bottles

Twist & Twist

The collaboration began in May 2009, when Takamine visited ComPeung. Impressed by the sustainable frameworks, ComPeung’s self-built earthen architecture inspired the final project at the Bangkok Art & Culture Centre (BACC). Twist & Twist focuses on the process rather than the finished product. Conceived by Takamine the project’s im/possibilities were being discussed between Takamine and the … Read moreTwist & Twist

Eak Ee Eak Eak

Eak–Ee–Eak–Eak was an exhibition questioning the truth created by language and symbols across cultures, using the construct “chicken” as a platform to explore this theme.  The work looked at the numerous, colorful uses and meanings of the construct “chicken” from a physical and literal level to an abstract and subjective level. For example: •          kai as a nick-name … Read moreEak Ee Eak Eak

Silence Party

Silence Party was an activity that created a neutral space where participants were able to share languages, experiences, ideas and identities.  This exchange was done through a simple, interactive structure.  The structure consisted of participants gathered in a circle, sometimes around a table or on floor mats.  A massive piece of paper was placed in the … Read moreSilence Party

Rotten Flower

Rotten Flower was a project questioning the standards of making sculpture in Thailand’s art universities. Teachers encouraged their students to creates art with particular materials and techniques, which were based on the classical western art such as wood, stone, metal, or clay. Art should be visually beautiful, showing hard working processes of craftsmanship. It also … Read moreRotten Flower


I was given an opportunity to participate in a group exhibition titled Home.  For me, home is where I feel so comfortable I can sleep.  Over the exhibition period of one month, I moved my bed to the exhibition room, which was at my art university, and slept there.  Home, is the performance work explored the … Read moreHome