TANAT TEERADAKORN

CHAOS MANDALA: NATIONAL COLORATION COMPLEX
15.07 - 19.08.2023

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CHAOS MANDALA: NATIONAL COLORATION COMPLEX, Tanat Teeradakorn’s latest body of work, reflects a cultural shift in Thailand. The politics of sound and latent symbology present in the cultural codes we encounter everyday continues to be the artist’s chief area of interest. Bringing together findings drawn from a vast array of sources, he samples layers and synthesizes aural and visual collages representative of the information overload of our times. With the synthesis of symbols drawn from the different cultural tiers apparent in his work, the artist alludes to the power hierarchies and dynamics in play since time immemorial. However, as traditional forms of storytelling and conveyance of oral histories give way to social media algorithms, the decline of grand historical narratives seems inevitable. In this respect, CHAOS MANDALA: NATIONAL COLORATION COMPLEX with its music, sights, and literatures, emerges as if a party at the confluence of these times.

TANAT TEERADAKORN

b.1991, Bangkok, Thailand

Lives and works in Bangkok

Tanat Teeradakorn interested in how to put into relation human beings, space, actions and data. His love in music and sounds provide him a strong base in his practice where sounds are usually his main medium. While working as a graphic designer, he also works on self-initiated projects, looking into today’s cultural production. His personal research is transformed into, for instance, publication (Displacement, 2016) online media (Dance Non-Stop Mix, 2015-ongoing) and live performance/exhibition (Dance Non-Stop Mix at Cartel Artspace, 2017). Teeradakorn is currently doing his personal studies on sound and visual culture which inspires him to develop interdisciplinary works by experimenting through various processes with media, digital information, time, spatial conditions, globalization, politics, economics and contemporary technology are among his main subjects of interest.

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