Chulayarnnon Siriphol’s ANG48 (2022) is part of SHADOW DANCING: Where Can We Find a Silver Lining in Challenging Times? group exhibition at Jim Thompson Art Center from March 17–June 5, 2022

Chulayarnnon Siriphol’s ANG48 (2022) is part of SHADOW DANCING: Where Can We Find a Silver Lining in Challenging Times? group exhibition at Jim Thompson Art Center from March 17–June 5, 2022.

SHADOW DANCING: Where Can We Find A Silver Lining in Challenging Times? is the second chapter in the Jim Thompson Art Center’s Cold War Exhibition series, focusing on the new production of art works dealing with the socio-political, economic and cultural contexts of Taiwan and Thailand from post-WWII to the present. As the result of an on-going discussion between participating artists and institutions, this edition is a retake of Cold War history, a departure point to facilitate the exploration of its remnants and aftermath, in relation to contemporary reality and an ambiguous future.

Participating artists: Chulayarnnon Siriphol, Enkaryon Ang,, Kridpuj Dhansandors, Panachai Chaijirarat, Sornrapat Pattharakorn, Ting-Ting Cheng, Yen-Yu Tseng, Yi-Chun Lin

Organized by Hong-gah Museum (Taipei) and Jim Thompson Art Center (Bangkok)

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