Until May 21
The collection was inspired by the daily life of artist Kanitharin Thailamtong, which revolves around a traditional shophouse and a round Chinese dining table. For generations, the artist’s family have lit incense and prayed in many locations around the shophouse. She was told that her ancestors travelled from mainland China in a traditional junk sailing boat. Today, reunions with family are important and celebrations always include feasting together at the round table. The work on show explores changing narrative within the family home and which is better—the round Chinese dining table-style of eating or microwaved meals?
The Gallery @ Pullman Bangkok Hotel G
36F, Pullman Bangkok Hotel G, 118 Silom Rd | Tel: 02 238 1991
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