Alex Wang

  I came to Chiang Mai in 2007 to take part in the Land Foundation’s One Year Project II residency program. I left Chiang Mai in 2009 to pursue graduate … explore this artist(s)Alex Wang

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Bankleer

meltdown Multiply crises keep us in suspense: financial crisis, wars, global warming and diseases put us in a diffuse nervous condition with no orientation. The media flood our perceptions with complex, … explore this artist(s)Bankleer

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Trevor Leech

YES / Bamboo Wall Living letters “YES” uses Compeung’s site for a permanent installation where headges are shaped into letters by the intervention of a wire structure. The contrast between ComPeung’s site … explore this artist(s)Trevor Leech

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Monali Meher

My work takes shape from the immediate surrounding I am working in. It reflects the cultural and social aspects of that environment. It is time based and often shows the … explore this artist(s)Monali Meher

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ELIN&KEINO

…Repetition, Repetition, Repetition… During the residency we wanted to investigate continuous movement – its sense and senselessness. This theme can be seen in the chosen elements and the act of … explore this artist(s)ELIN&KEINO

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Rebecca Zorach

Free School Rebecca Zorach conducted a number of workshops on alternative education projects she has been involved in. Zorach’s research includes the “free school” movement in the U.S. from the 1960s … explore this artist(s)Rebecca Zorach

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Istvan Kantor

Neoist Research Center Upon my arrival to ComPeung I will set up a Neoist Research Center. My office will be basically my living space extended with other site specific areas … explore this artist(s)Istvan Kantor

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