Thai artist Korakrit Arunanondchai creates a narrative of a denim painter’s life based on both fiction and social realities of his homeland through videos, paintings and mannequins.
The immersive installation is composed of two parts: The Body and The Spirit. The former is a series of dynamic paintings made on bleached denim, while the latter is a video where the artist converses with the spirit Chantri.
The exhibition explores and deconstructs the religious correlations in Thailand in the form of popular culture, building a unique universe where all entities co-exist.
Date: 26 August – End of October 2019
Time: 10:00am – 10:00pm
Venue: Garage, Level B2
Admission Fee (Online Registration):
- HK$50 each*
- KLUB11 GOLD Card Member: HK$25
- Children under 12 years old can enjoy half price on the admission fee. They must be accompanied and supervised by a parent or guardian.
* Artist KLUB Paid Members can enjoy year-round free admission to exhibitions at both K11 Art Mall and K11 MUSEA. Terms and conditions apply.