คุยข้างหลุม / They Dig into the Soil and Talk by the Hole. In conversation – Nawin Nuthong, Thundorn Kulkliang, Nattanon Duangsungnern, Chayapatr Archiwaranguprok. Saturday, January 30, 2021, 14:00–16:00 hrs.

คุยข้างหลุม I They Dig into the Soil and Talk by the Hole
Saturday, January 30, 2021
14:00–16:00 hrs.
In conversation, Nawin Nuthong, Thundorn Kulkliang, Nattanon Duangsungnern, Chayapatr Archiwaranguprok
What did an artist, an archaeology student and astronomy enthusiasts do when they met? They looked upon the ground beneath them. Each comes with different thoughts, though sharing a curiosity alike of what lies under. First to make a move, the archaeology student dug a hole with his excavating tools. The astronomy enthusiasts looked at the archeologist and looked up to the sky. Both imagining themselves on the moon, looking back to the earth, they thought of the narrative of Carl Sagan in Pale Blue Dot. The artist, sitting next to the hole dug by the archeologist, opened his laptop while asking the others to sit next beside him. He then showed a pixelated edge hole that he dug in the virtual world to them. Later on, they talked to each other on past civilizations, stars, expeditions, mythology, religions, folklores, comics, films, games and etc., where the hole bore witness to their conversations.
Part 1: Archaeology of archaeology, archaeology of astronomy, archaeology of games
• Oral history, mythology, excavation, archaeology
• When is the sky a dream of humans?
• How does archaeology exist in games? What is archaeology of games or archaeogaming?
Part 2: Future of archaeology, future of astronomy, future of games
• Archaeology on the moon (and other stars)
• Where is the astronomers next stop?
• How to play a game when it ends?
Part 3: World without discipline, world of possibility, world without centre
• Canon and Fan-fiction
• The age of entanglement
คุยข้างหลุม I They Dig into the Soil and Talk by the Hole is the second phase of the conversation that is published in [BOOKMARK MAGAZINE] ISSUE 7, occurred at BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY in December 2020.
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