i write you a lot .
18.06 - 07.08.2016


Bangkok based director/screenwriter Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit has always explored new structures of narratives in cinema; he champions in making the ordinary extraordinary and creating films that inspects and questions current social norms and their rules of behaviors (often through the eyes of Thai urban youth).  For his debut solo exhibition, i write you a lot  .  Thamrongrattanarit explores a new process of storytelling, allowing audiences to experience his narratives in new formats, this includes snap photos that he has collected in the past years during his travels and numerous live script writing performances spanning over the course of the show.


b.1984, Bangkok, Thailand

Lives and works in Bangkok

Mainly known as a Director/Screenwriter Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit started making experimental short films and documentaries during his years in the Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University. Thamrongrattanarit was selected to participate in the Berlinale Talent Campus program at the 57th Berlin International Film Festival (2007). He co-founded Third Class Citizen, a group of Thai film makers who hosts a film-related radio show and film screening events (founded in 2008). 36 (2012), the first film Thamrongrattanarit directed, wrote, funded, produced as well as distributed, won him New Currents Award from the 17th Busan International Film Festival. Thamrongrattanarit gained an even wider audience from MARY IS HAPPY, MARY IS HAPPY (2013), Heart Attack (2015), Die Tomorrow (2017), BNK48: Girls don’t cry (2018). His films are widely known in Thailand, and screened at international film festivals worldwide. His solo debut exhibition titled i write you a lot . opened at BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY in 2016.

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