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Kornkrit Jianpinidnan, Born in 1975, Chiang Rai

Graduated from Chiang Mai University (Print Making and Photography)

Lives and work in Bangkok

‘My work is visual-poetry based on research, sightseeing and living, the technical and installation variation of the relationship between experience and memory. I used photography as a fact, truth and reality, to focusing on space-time phenomena of the publication and installation -unveil desire-unveil repression.’

Solo exhibitions include Neo Romantic at About Studio/About Café, Bangkok (1998), PROJECT SENSIBILITY at BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY, Bangkok (2015), The passenger at Cloud, Bangkok (2015), Paper Trails at Chunpim Printing 469 (3rd Floor) Phra Sumeru Road, Bangkok (2017) and ORLANE at William Warren Library, Bangkok (2020)

Recent group exhibitions include Re-Reading Khun Chang Khun Phaen at Jim Thompson Art Center, Bangkok (2011), Territories of The Real and Unreal at Langgeng Art Foundation, Yogyakarta (2011), MONDI (WORLD), Dryphoto arte contempo- ranea, Prato (2012), Temporary Storage #01 at Bangkok Art and Culture Center (2012), LIVE AT THE SCALA at the Scala Theatre, Bangkok (2013), Out of Place at Casa Masaccio Arte Contemporanea, San Giovanni Valdarno (2013), Roll on, Roll on, Phenomena (until you are no more) at Jan van Eyck Academy, Maastricht (2016), Lady Dior As Seen By at ICONSIAM, Bangkok (2018), Moment VII: To See The Lights at Shimmer, Rotterdam (2019) and The Immeasurable and World's End at JWD Art Space, Bangkok (2022)

 

Artists-in-residence programs include AS YET UNNAMED group residency at Taipei Artist Village in Taipei (2010), Art on Farm at Jim Thompson Farm in Nakhon Ratchasima (2010) and at Centre Intermondes in La Rochelle (2014).

Publication and press include PHOTOGRAPHY IN SOUTHEAST ASIA, A Survey by Zhuang Wubin, page 164 - 170, published by NUS Press, Singapore (2016), Prism of Photography: Dispersion of Knowledge and Memories of the 6th October Massacre, collaboration with Thanavi Chotpradit, Bangkok Art Book fair (2019), We will meet again, editorial for art4d magazine issue 273, Bangkok (2020), RIM published by BANGKOK CITYCITY Gallery (2021), Poem 17 Saen Saep printed version supported by Office of Contemporary Art and Culture, Bangkok (2021) and Poem 18, collaboration with Kata Sangkhae, 1932 in Space, Thon Buri (2022)