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    Regarding Chitti

    Life, Brian Curtin, Published on 02/05/2012

    » A history of the experimental art scenes in Bangkok has yet to be written. If it's a book, the work of Chitti Kasemkitvatana deserves a chapter. Active as a curator, artist and lecturer in the '90s, Chitti set precedents that survived his eight year hiatus as a monk in the forest monasteries of Chiang Mai. Since 2010 he has held regular exhibitions of beautifully arranged objects that blur distinctions between art and practical function, organised public lecture programmes and become involved in publishing.

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    How Very Thai gave rise to 'Thai Thai'

    Life, Brian Curtin, Published on 19/12/2013

    » Which cultural idiosyncrasies stick when you visit a foreign country? And what value do you accord them? Slightly amusing or perhaps just annoying? Indicative of some deep-rooted essence of that culture or merely a weird aberration? A challenge to your own vocabulary or a means of extending it? And why do some idiosyncrasies persist while others disappear or transform?

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