365 DAYS: LIFE MUSE

Exhibition / Model study

JANUARY 26 – FEBRUARY 25 2017
THE ART CENTRE, SILPAKORN UNIVERSITY, BANGKOK

365 Days : LIFE MUSE
Model study for Nongpo community’s foreign labours
This interdisciplinary and collaborative art project by Baan Noorg Collaborative welcomes the participation of 19 artists and researchers with its main programs including a residency program in the Nongpo community, an artist talk program and an exhibition and forum at the Art Centre of Silpakorn University, Bangkok.

Artists: Katherine Nunez, artist represented by 98B COLLABoratory, Philippines / Helmi Hardian, Tuwis Yasinta, artists represented by WAFT LAB, Indonesia / Chen Chia Jen, artist represented by Open Contemporary Art Center, Taiwan / Ma Ei, Myanmar / Okui Lala, Malaysia / Masaru Iwai, Japan / Varsha Nair, India / Wu Chi Yu, Taiwan / Henry Tan, Thailand / Preenun Nana, Thailand / Suraporn Lertwongpaitoon, Thailand / Jutamas Buranajade & Piti Amraranga, Thailand / Thatchatham Silsupan, Thailand / Korakrit Arunanondchai, Thailand / Rachan Klomklieng, Thailand

Researchers: Sebastien Tayac, France / Jeanette Mueller and Paul Divjak, Austria
Artistic researchers: Alfred Banze, Germany / Maung Day, Myanmar
Contributing writer: Rikey Tenn

Curators : jiandyin (Jiradej and Pornpilai Meemalai)
Assistant Curator : Suphitchaya Khunchamni
Project Directors : jiandyin (Jiradej and Pornpilai Meemalai)
Project Manager : Suphitchaya Khunchamni
Project Assistant managers : Thanet Subsart, Kitiwan Saneewong

Art Centre Silpakorn University, Bangkok



Prague Quadrennial

Intersection: Intimacy & Spectacle

PQ - Intersection ©Paul DivjakPRAGUE, JUNE 16-26, 2011

Piazzeta of the National Theatre at Narodni Trida 2, Prague 1 At Piazzetta between the National Theatre and New Stage Theatre (ex-Laterna Magika) you could find a dwelling of thirty white cubes/black boxes. This architectural maze was inhabited by performative projects by scenographers, performers, choreographers, film directors, drama theatre, installation artists, fashion designers, writers, painters…

This live exhibition talked to you only if you talked back to it. This living and breathing exhibition told you stories, and the more time you spent there the more it spoke to you. It tought you to dance, and asked you to listen. It required positioning and it let you get lost. If you were afraid of intimacy – you better wouldn’t have entered.

Prague Quadrennial – Intersection
Curated by: Sodja Lotker

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: Nathaniel Mellors // Ana Borralho & João Galante // Markus Schinwald // mareunrol’s // Brett Bailey /the Third World Bunfight// Socìetas Raffaello Sanzio // Hooman Sharifi / Impure Company // Ilya and Emilia Kabakov // Monika Pormale // Hans Rosenström // Anna Viebrock / Till Exit // Josef Bolf // Josef Nadj // Guerra de la Paz // Terike Haapoja // Egon Tobiáš // Elevator Repair Service // Ioana Mona Popovici / Simon Vincenzi // Ulla von Brandenburg // Caroline Evans / Hansjörg Schmidt // Bohdan Holomíček / Eva Hrubá // Abbey Theatre // Harun Farocki // Dace Džeriņa // Paul Divjak // Dejan Kaludjerović


Triad of the garden

Klanginstallation

©Hanzo aka Nicholas Eckl

©Hanzo aka Nicholas Eckl

Zwischentöne: Klanggarten – Landesgartenschau Kremsmünster 2017
(21.4.-15.10.2017)

„Warum muss die Welt ein Amphitheater sein, in dem Gladiatoren auf Leben und Tod miteinander kämpfen, statt zum Beispiel ein geschäftiger kooperativer Bienenkorb oder Ameisenhügel?“ (J. M. Coetzee, zitiert von Zygmunt Bauman in: ESSAY ZU EUROPA – Ein unvollendetes Abenteuer)

Basierend auf Field Recordings – im Rahmen von „akustischen Landvermessungen“ vor Ort aufgenommene Geräusche und Töne – haben Paul Divjak & Wolfgang Schlögl (Team Tool Time / Bee Pop) harmonische Klangbilder destilliert. In ihrer Komposition “Triad of the Garden / Der Dreiklang des Gartens” verschmelzen Geräusche von Flora, Fauna und Mensch zum faszinierenden Soundtrack eines Sommers, der dazu einlädt, mit allen Sinnen in die Vielfalt der Erfahrungswelt einzutauchen.

In Kooperation mit bauchplan ).( und der Imkerin Hildegard Burgstaller