The name Nipan Oranniwesna should ring a bell for those who prefer art that doesn't necessarily look like art as we know it. By that thinking, you will be greeted by mundane everyday objects: wooden planks, rice or whatever that is so easy to dismiss.
Embarrassingly enough, I actually put my voice recorder on top of one Nipan's art pieces during this interview, completely oblivious to the decorum that you shouldn't touch art, at least, not physically.
The 50-year-old artist and lecturer at the Visual Arts Department at Bangkok University has a solid background and plenty of experience under his belt; he has too many exhibitions, both group and solo, to list them all.
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