Artists-in-residence program Centre Intermondes, La Rochelle, 10 August - 15 September 2014

Presentation #01, 13 August 2014

 

 


Only a moment; a moment of strength, of romance,
of glamour –of youth


… A flick of sunshine upon a strange shore,


the time
to remember,


the time for a sigh, and
-goodbye!”


-Joseph Conrad

 

 

 

 

Nirat, type de littérature thaïe, poésie lyrique.
Le règne du roi Narai (1656–88), considéré comme la période d’apogée de la littérature thaïe à la cour, voit le développement du genre littéraire et poétique dit « Nirat ». Ce style poétique se spécialise autour des thèmes du voyage, de la longévité amoureuse et de la séparation, en particulier autour de l’oeuvre de Si Prat intitulée « khlong kamsuan »...

Nirat, a genre of Thai literature, Lyric Poem
King Narai (1656–88) is seen as a golden era, in which writers were welcomed at the royal court, and new verse forms were developed; some of the most highly regarded nirat poems—a genre characterized by the themes of journeying, separation, and love-longing—date from this period, including Si Prat’s famous Nirat khlong kamsuan...

 

http://global.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/1082562/nirat
http://www.lrc.cornell.edu/asian/faculty/fuhrmann%20oriens

 

 

 

1.
The vehicle is outward... (interior appearance)
2012-2013
Video file and Plasma television
80 images
duration 6.40 minute (loop)
Director: kornkrit jianpinidnan
Editor: Tanatchai Bandasak
A documentary of Bangkok
5/11/12 (20.00 - 3.35)
7/11/12 (18.00 - 19.00)
8/11/12 (18.00 - 22.00)
9/11/12 (24.00 - 2.00)
10/11/12 (16.30 - 20.00)
26/11/12 (18.00 - 20.00)
9/12/12 (16.00 - 20.00)
10/12/12 (18.00 - 20.00)
31/12/12 (18.00 - 0.00)
1/1/13 (0.00 - 3.00)
2.
You are around
Selected images from 2007 - 2009, 144 images,
Black and white offset print, 64 pages, 28 x 37.8 cm, 500 copies
3.
Made by shadows
Selected images from 2010
56 images with 7 drawings
Black and White offset print booklet, 80 pages
12 x 19 x 0.5 cm
4.
Join
2012
Layout of 37 images, printed catalogue, 7 sheets, each 18.6 x 14.1 cm.
participate with Vasutida’s LGBT memorial, P Teoy, Mintra, Can Dan Esan, Vickteerut, Ray

5.
The vehicle is outward... (interior appearance) PORT CITIES BLUES 211/7.02 version
2014
Video file and Plasma television
211 images
Duration: 07.02
Director: Kornkrit Jianpinidnan
Video: Pathompon Tesprateep
A documentary of Chonburi/Bangkok/Yokohama 27/5/14 - 29/5/14, 31/5/14, 20/6/14 - 4/7/14
Sound: THE SOCIAL DANCE CLUB
Duration: 07.02
Producer: T.S.D.C
Written by Apirak Jianpinidnun, Karn Sethakorn and Chiemi Yoshida
Recorded at Yin Yang Studio, Chiang Mai, Thailand and Yokohama. Japan
Mixed and Mastered at Koganecho, Yokohama. Japan
6.
Mountain wind / I Wish
2011
Collaboration with Santiphap Inkongngam and model Toon from Sibsongbanna autonomous prefecture
Color photograph, Lamda print on aluminum
16 x 24 cm.
7.
Ballad
2014
Photo book, 141 images, 4 colors digital print
cover; Curious Metallics Ice Silver paper
inside; Fine Printing Paper
120 pages, 23.5 x 16.5 cm.
+

Being trying to understand itself (Jealous-Guilty Guy version)
2014
Short story, 8 sheets of A4 print
21 x 14.8 cm.

8.
TOUR magazine
2014
The Coast Issue, Rainy Season
9.
Almost Blue
2012
Scarf, inkjet print on India cotton
96x151 cm.

Nobody has ever

 

                                    measured,

 

                                                                                                                            even poets

 

 

                                                                                                       how much a

                                                                                                                          heart

                                                                                                                                                                                            can hold

 

 

 

-Zelda Fitzgerald

Presentation #02, 30 August 2019


in Trio Petrichor concert (harp, flute and violin) from Australia, Worry and Love (erasing process) No.4/07 and No.19/14 on screen

Presentation #03, 11 September 2014

The Centre Intermondes building, is also known as Hôtel Pontard. In French context, an hôtel is a townhouse of a grand sort. The word Hôtel was reflected in the English mediaeval word “inn” for the townhouse of a nobleman, now surviving only as used in Inns of Court, particular meaning “personal” or “private” Whereas an ordinary maison (house) was built as part of a row, sharing party walls with the houses on either side and directly fronting on a street, an hôtel particular was often free-standing, and by the 18th century it would always be located entre cour et jardin, between the entrance court, the cour d’honneur, and the garden behind. The area of Hôtel Pontard is including a Renaissance building with two Cherry Blossom trees and 2 square gardens. The Hôtel Pontard building housed a bank in 1896, then a tourist office and remains a city landmark since 1748. And since 2004, the place is now used by Centre Intermondes, an international art residency dedicated to contemporary artistic creation, cultural meetings and gatherings. The installation presented on Thursday 11 September 2014, at Salle rouge (The red room) decorated to be the bank director’s office in 1896.

 

 


List of works


The Moon in La Rochelle, 2014, Color photograph print on Dibond, 41 x 61.5 cm.

 

The Songs, 2014, 22 photographs took from Paris in 2010, 3 print text on papers, pink paper folder and black leather box, size variable

 

Conclussion II, 2014, Black and white photograph print on Dibond, 36.5 x 54.7 cm.


Jonathan/Christophe/David, 2014, Color photograph print on Dibond, 32.5 x 57.7 cm.

 

Boys’s box, 2014, 8 photographs took from Paris in 2010 in black envelope in black leather box
print size 10 x 15 cm. and 8.5 x 10.2 cm., envelope size 12 x 24 cm., box size 22 x 27.5 x 5 cm.


2 Persian carpets, 238.5 x 347 cm. and 200 x 292 cm.


Conclussion II, 2014, 96 images, 2 pages offset print on paper, 36 x 52 cm., 300 editions

 


All the works based on research, sightseeing and living in La Rochelle, 2014: Centre Intermondes, Museum d’Histoire naturelle de La Rochelle, Musées d’Art et d’Histoire de La Rochelle, Le Bunker and Centre des Monuments nationaux and in Paris, 2010: Palace of Fontainebleau, Opéra National de Paris-Garnier, Arc de Triomphe, Le Grand Palais des Champs-Élysées, Paris Metro, République, Le Marais, Les Halles, Ecoute (Listen) public sculpture by Henri de Miller.

 

#01
This is the song
song of innocence and experience


On some shallow story of deep love: How young Leander cross’d the Hellespont.
or a deep story of a deeper love: For he was more than over shoes in love,
over boots in love,
oh how he loved
prison
superstittion


Oh, he went to prison
in every country he set foot in
with all those beautiful Tattoos of ships and tattoos of tears
seduced by moon light
with frustrated passion
with wonderful words


ESCAPE ESPACE
located on his head


Eating ice cream in a desert dream
And getting lost in father’s singing
Swimming in the waves of intimacy
Too hot inside
Too hot outside


And then
the sun was never shine
and the fields were bleak and bare
and the ways were filled with thorns:
it was eternal winter there


This is the song
of all those criminal beautiful boys
No more of those

#02
Heaven


flowers

 

petrichor

 

repost

 

in light

 

of all that is

 

around

 

in undiscovered

 

scenography

 

hearts

 

there’s something

 

medical

 

the charm

 

fauna from coast

 

to botanical garden

 

riches multitude

 

how long

 

In spite of all the love inside

 

there is the question

 

Heaven

 

how long

#03
_


Do you know that when you look at me.
It is a salvation.
I am spacing out with you,
feeling very warm in the mid night street car,
with the rhythms of your new song
and smoking a cigarette


Be on my side
I’ll be your side


It’s hard for me.

CONCLUSION I

19 - 25 August 2014 https://www.instagram.com/p/r0700_spWL/?taken-by=messy_sky

 

"In this way, images would no longer be seen as simple metaphors added simply to make up for the insufficiencies of conceptual language. Images of life would be at one with life itself. Life could be known no better than by the production of its images. The imagination, then, would be the best possible standpoint for meditating on life…Then everything becomes clear at once: it is the psyche’s drive that possesses the continuity of duration. Life is content to swing back and forth. It swing between need and the satisfaction of need…"

- Gaston Bachelard

 

 

 

 

CONCLUSION II

8 August - 24 September 2014


Based on research, sightseeing and living in La Rochelle : Centre Intermondes, Museum d’Histoire naturelle de La Rochelle, Musées d’Art et d’Histoire de La Rochelle, Le Bunker, Centre des Monuments nationaux, La Rochelle train station, in Paris : Gare de Châtelet – Les Halles, Saint Eustache, Eglise des Halles, Eglise de la Madeleine, Rue Saint-Honoré, The Tuileries Garden, Palais Royal, Quai Malaquais, Musée d'Orsay, The Fondation Pierre Bergé - Yves Saint Laurent, Parc des Buttes-Chaumont, Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport and Muscat Seeb International Airport

 

Special thanks to Elise Patole-Edoumba, Annick Notter, Melanie Moreau, Benoit Etienne, Guy Martiniere, Chitti Kasemkitvatana, Edouard Mornaud, Christophe Béranger & Jonathan Pranlas-Descours, David Ricordel, Alvaro Fuente Ibañez, Toufik Oi, Emanuelle Négre, Gonzalo Garzo Fernández, Niwat Manatpiyalert

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