Prism by Pichet Klunchun and Kornkrit Jianpinidnan


100 Tonson Gallery presents spectacular collaboration between 2 outstanding artists, Pichet Klunchun and Kornkrit Jianpinidnan, “Prism” curated by Thanavi Chotpradit.

     This is the show where space emerges from disciplinary encounter (performing arts and visual arts) and the parallel narratives. With his photograph book and installation, Kornkrit Jianpinidnan’s “The House No.1” transforms 100 Tonson Gallery into a space in-between the world of Thai traditional literature and the world of reality for Pichet Klunchun to perform “Ganesh” which is not simply telling a story about his losing a tusk, but is really a reflection of what we are facing in our present society.    In our world there are distortions, concealing of facts and addiction to power.

     Known and seen internationally, more often than in Thailand, the performance by Pichet Klunchun will be, for the first time, shown in a visual art space, right downtown in the city of Bangkok.  This will be the opportunity for Thailand-based audience to view his spectacular performance without having to travel overseas.  With prism-like, reflective stage, the audience of Ganesh will be absorbed into the stage and subsequently, partake in this performance while watching the show.

     “Ganesh”, the performance will be opened 10 rounds (approximately 1 hour each). There will be only 40 seats in each show, please reserve ticket in advance to avoid disappointment by contacting 100 Tonson Gallery through email, info@100tonsongallery.com or mobile phone: 081-910-9440.  Ticket is 1000 baht with complimentary refreshments and canapés by Plaza Athenee Bangkok, A Royal Meridian.  (Students: 700 baht).  Please come early to enjoy the servings, once the performance starts, food and entry will not be allowed.

Exhibition Date:  March 25 – April 25, 2010
Performance Rounds: Thursday – Sunday  ( Thu – Sat  at 7 pm and Sunday at 2 pm)
March : 26th , 27th , 28th
April: 1st , 2nd , 3rd , 4th , 8th , 9th , 10th

100 Tonson Gallery
Bangkok, Thailand

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