The two exhibitions currently on display at the Bangkok University Gallery are completely different from one another; both in terms of form and subject matter. On the second floor is a series of photographic pieces exploring Cambodia’s Siem Reap, while on the fourth is an installation diary showing an artist’s experience in Bangkok.
The fact that they are on show at the same time, however, is no coincidence. Miti Ruangkritya’s photographs from the “On The Edge” exhibition and Malaysian artist-in-residence Roslisham Ismail’s installation room “Operation Bangkok” form a dialogue, which has been carefully planned by curator Ark Fongsmut for about two years.
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