One second after midnight

first installation in 2004 at The Odyssey select shop, Siam theater, Bangkok

second installation with live acoustic by Tul Waitoonkiat and Piyanart Jotikasthira in 2004 at Soi Visual Night, Soi Music Festival, Super Deluxe, Tokyo

third installation in 2005 at Bangkok Bangkok, La Capella, Barcelona and Kunsten Festival des Art, Brussel

fourth installation A cigarette end, one night at About Studio/About Cafe, Bangkok

 


List of works

 

About Studio
One second after midnight, 2004

160 slides, 2 slide projectors projected on the wall
Participants: Rattama Pongponrat, Christopher Washington, Romain, Gene Kasidit, Steve, Jay Santiphap, Sprite, Cattleya Paosrijareon, Sorn, Atty


Screen kiss, 2005

Color photograph, Lamda print on matte paper

100 x 170 cm.


Selected images from the series One second after midnight

7 Color photographs, Lamda prints on wood

152 x 100 cm.

 

About Cafe
High Instrument version by Futon

Give Me More album, 2005

Rehab Records, duration 4.75 (loop)

 

Turninng and turning in the widening gyre

The falcon cannot hear the falconer;
Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;
Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,
The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
The ceremony of innocence is drowned;
The best lack all conviction, while the worst

Are full of passionate intensity.


Text by W.B. Yeats, from the Second Coming
(from Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe, 1958)

Screen kiss, 2005, Color photograph, Lamda print on matte paper, 100 x 170 cm.

I look around along the line to see the rainbow in Bangkok sky.

I see her smile rising up from the street.

I changed my name to play her game and passed my thought onto the rain.

don't know how to grab her mind with a speech.

Who can she be? And can she see me? Is she me?

Walking underneath the sky train, searching for the shadow of her pain

that she's lost before her youth passed away.

I sing her story in my song don't need no one to sing along,

cause it's just too late for yesterday,

so what is love and what is hate, no more time for this debate,

I just need my own dictionary. my words are gone to say goodbye.

Her consciousness is making me high. I found my intellectual virginity.

 

Is She Me Song Lyric by Tul Waitoonkiat

(Release in Romantic Comedy album by Apartment Khunpa, 2006)

installation with live acoustic by Tul Waitoonkiat and Piyanart Jotikasthira in 2004,

Soi Visual Night, Soi Music Festival, Super Deluxe, Tokyo