. . . life in your hands, to seize its specific reality, book design is the art of incorporating the content, style, format, design and sequence of the various components of a book into a coherent whole, aesthetic adventurous analysis, local, a fiction within a fiction, veracity, pathos, emptiness, all or nothing, a virtually cinematic montage of events laced with evidence of now skeleton requirements of one continuing individual, an equally chaotic subtext to the surface upheaval, an urgent visual and textual communication, a certain glance, a particular outlook, a world of its own, poetics, attraction, edgy, egoist, seduce, FYI, consuming interest, reproduction of images, pictorial (re) production, object lesson, heartfelt tune, being-there (etre-La), Ballad

1. Ballad Of A Thin Man, 2014, 338 OIDA Gallery, Bangkok

2. Roll on, Roll on, Phenomena (until you are no more), 2016, Jan van Eyck Academy, Maastricht

1. Ballad Of A Thin Man, 2014, 338 OIDA Gallery, Bangkok

Photo Book Series

A selection of works from a journey in India May 2010.

 

In this first publication of the Photo Book there will be three sections of photographs, a certain glance along the route from Bangalore to Kashmir, onwards to Ladakh and then New Delhi

 

The book launch event will also feature images, texts and objects regarding the experience in terms of the state of realizing the conditions and situations. The installation reflects a poetic rendering, favorable impressions of a wanderer, a contemporary Nirat - a genre of Thai literature on the theme of journey poetry.

1. Deep yellow, Magenta, Ultramarine, Violet and Titanium white

Installation view, Photo by Chitti Kasemkitvatana

2. Worry and Love (erasing process no. 18)

3. Sunshine Superman

4. Dandelion

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Ballad

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.

Artwork by Kornkrit Jianpinidnan

Production co-ordinate by Nareerat Somphong

 

A selection of photographs from a journey in India May 2010.

In three sections of a certain glance along the route from Bangalore to Kashmir, onwards to Ladakh and New Delhi.

 

Being trying to understand itself (Jealous-Guilty Guy version)

Short story by Kornkrit Jianpinidnan

Translation by Grace Jiarpinitnun

16 sheets of text on photo print in foil, 21 x 14.8 cm.

Installation view, Photo by Chitti Kasemkitvatana

Photo by Chitti Kasemkitvatana

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Images inside Ballad Photo book

2. Roll on, Roll on, Phenomena (until you are no more), 2016, Jan van Eyck Academy, Maastricht

Ballad Re-editing version

Essay by Curator, Eloise Sweetman http://www.rollonrollonphenomena.com/

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