"Essentially inspired by the concept of vipassana meditation, I created a series of performances involving repetitive actions centring on the tasks of re-arranging readymade objects into multiple precarious configurations. Many exercises challenge the laws of gravity and other physical limitations of objects, as well as encouraging the learning experience through the process of trial and error. During the course of mindful observation of the performing body and objects, the mental state gradually gains moments of stillness and silence, which approach the meaning of emptiness in Buddhism."
At Buddhadasa Indapanyo Archives or Suan Mokkh Bangkok
At Ratchadamnoen Contemporary Art Centre, Bangkok
BECOMING (UN)CONDITIONED : 2015
"Becoming (Un)conditioned" was divided into two parts and exhibited at two venues. The first part was shown at Buddhadasa Indapanyo Archives or Suan Mokkh Bangkok, and the second one was at Ratchadamnoen Contemporary Art Centre in Bangkok as well.
The exhibition was developed from artwork produced in the Phd research project titled "(De)contextualising Buddhist Aesthetics". It is a practice-led artistic research project focusing on the interchanging transition between Buddhist and artistic practices.