When Prapat Jiwarangsan went to Yokohama, Japan, he met a Thai migrant worker "Nid" who once was a "mama-san" in the city. Both went to a place Nid used to work, which has now been transformed into an art district. Yet, what outlives these buildings are trees and flowers surrounding the area as if they are symbols of past-present connection.
This time Prapat brings to Gallery Seescape his photography and video work that have been developed when he participated in artist residency programs at Koganecho Bazaar (2016) and the Tokyo Arts and Space (2017).
We would like to invite you to our opening night and enjoy his artwork with us on this coming 3rd November 2018.BROWSE OUR WORK
is a multidisciplinary artist who is interested in the integration of various techniques; painting, sculpture, installation and interactive art to connect art to wider audience. In 2008, he established Gallery Seescape in Chiang Mai in order to create interaction between people and art. In 2009
- Gallery Seescape (Alternative Art Space), Chiang Mai, Thailand (2008)
- 3147966 Mobile Gallery, Chiang Mai, Thailand (2009)
- Seescape Artist Residency, Chiang Mai, Thailand (2011)
- Hern Shop, Melbourne, Australia (2014)
- Co-founder SS1254372 Cafe, Art and Eatery Space, Chiang Mai, Thailand (2015)
- Chiang Mai city Arts & Cultural Center, Chiang Mai, Thailand
- Suk Jai (Thai Restaurant), Sydney, Australia
- Middle Fish (Cafe), Melbourne, Australia
- Mister Nice Guy (Cafe and Restaurant), Melbourne, Australia
- iBerry (Future park), Bangkok, Thailand