Theetat Thunkijjanukij

W. Amsterdam, 2022

theetat.th@gmail.com
+31 6 84 143 354

(...) Isn’t it strange the way the wind makes inanimate objects move? Doesn’t it look odd when things which usually just lie there lifeless suddenly start fluttering. Don’t you agree? I remember once looking out onto an empty square, watching huge scraps of paper whirling angrily round and round, chasing one another as if each had sworn to kill the others; and I couldn’t feel the wind at all since I was standing in the lee of a house. A moment later they seemed to have calmed down, but then once again they were seized with an insane fury and raced all over the square in a mindless rage, crowding into a corner then scattering again as some new madness came over them, until finally they disappeared round a corner.

There was just one thick newspaper that couldn’t keep up with the rest. It lay there on the cobbles, full of spite and flapping spasmodically, as if it were out of breath and gasping for air.



Education
MA–Werkplaats Typografie (NL), 2022
BA–FAA Chulalongkorn University (TH), 2016

Exhibition and public presentation (selection)
-'Table of Futile Evenings' group show at ISO, Amsterdam (NL), 2022
-'Those who act as ghosts' solo exhibition at Werkplaats Typografie, Arnhem (NL), 2022
-'Kkrkkskrkksssksks' duo exhibition at Habitacion Numero 34, Madrid (ES), 2022
-'Object oriented reversed EMDR method on Bloodletting' duo workshop organize at Extrapool, Nijmegen (NL), 2022
-'Those who act as ghosts become them' participated in 'it’s a book' independence publishing fair, Leipzig (DE), 2022
-'maybe it is meant to be part of something' duo exhibition at studio151, Rotterdam (NL), 2022
-'Ethereal Zero P(layer): Reverse' group exhibition and workshop organize at Galerie du CROUS, Paris (FR), 2021
-'Latent Space' group exhibition at HetHEM, Zaandam (NL), 2021
-'A Clearing Ahead', Werkplaats Typografie at Printed Matter’s, New York Art Book Fair, group show, 2021
-'the squatted.online embassy' group exhibition, Basel (CH), 2020

(...) Isn’t it strange the way the wind makes inanimate objects move? Doesn’t it look odd when things which usually just lie there lifeless suddenly start fluttering. Don’t you agree? I remember once looking out onto an empty square, watching huge scraps of paper whirling angrily round and round, chasing one another as if each had sworn to kill the others; and I couldn’t feel the wind at all since I was standing in the lee of a house. A moment later they seemed to have calmed down, but then once again they were seized with an insane fury and raced all over the square in a mindless rage, crowding into a corner then scattering again as some new madness came over them, until finally they disappeared round a corner.

There was just one thick newspaper that couldn’t keep up with the rest. It lay there on the cobbles, full of spite and flapping spasmodically, as if it were out of breath and gasping for air.


Last updated, November 22, 2022