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Pattara Chanruechachai

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Medium: Series of 20 charcoal drawings on newspaper
Size of work: 38 x 58 cm (each)

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Pattara Chanruechachai (b. 1971, Bangkok, TH) focuses on perception, visible truths, appearance, disappearance, and past and current issues. His work deals with renditions in photographic imagery, sculpture and installation as ways of transmitting ideas across boundaries. Chanruechachai explores and revisits memories through fragments of forgotten knowledge to create narratives that allow us to be a part of their construction. He has presented works in international group exhibitions including I know you, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin (2013); Safe Place in the Future (?) Dystopia Now Utopia Never, Museum of Contemporary Art and Design, Manila (2013); Temporary Storage, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Bangkok (2012); Asia Contemporary Art Project: City net Asia 2011, Seoul (2011); Bangkok Density, Biagiotti Progetto Arte, Florence (2011); Fifteen, Collectif Nai Art Contemporain, Chateaulin (2008); Belief, Singapore Biennale, Tanglin Camp (2006).

About the Artist

Pattara Chanruechachai (b. 1971, Bangkok, TH) focuses on perception, visible truths, appearance, disappearance, and past and current issues. His work deals with renditions in photographic imagery, sculpture and installation as ways of transmitting ideas across boundaries. Chanruechachai explores and revisits memories through fragments of forgotten knowledge to create narratives that allow us to be a part of their construction. He has presented works in international group exhibitions including I know you, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin (2013); Safe Place in the Future (?) Dystopia Now Utopia Never, Museum of Contemporary Art and Design, Manila (2013); Temporary Storage, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Bangkok (2012); Asia Contemporary Art Project: City net Asia 2011, Seoul (2011); Bangkok Density, Biagiotti Progetto Arte, Florence (2011); Fifteen, Collectif Nai Art Contemporain, Chateaulin (2008); Belief, Singapore Biennale, Tanglin Camp (2006).