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Korakrit Arunanondchai

Ghosts, Myths and Metaphors in the Age of Digital Technology

Over the years, the Thai visual artist Korakrit Arunanondchai has developed epic filmographic traveling through past and future realities, using storytelling in all its possible occurrences, as a means to explore our living continuum. He mixes various narratives – found footage, spectacular performance, documentation about his own family – to form an exhilarating dance through time and space. In this organically interconnected magma of images, which forms a Baroque and technoïde ballet, he engages a myriad of subjects such as loss and life cycles, technology and animism, accumulation of data and the fragility of memory. In his world, death and birth are only moments of transition, when a story, a memory, a spirit, or a living body become something else, transforming into another form.

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#38 death, when you think about it

#38 death, when you think about it


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