เทศกาลศิลปแสดงสดนานาชาติ "เอเชียโทเปีย"

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เทศกาลศิลปแสดงสดนานาชาติ "เอเชียโทเปีย"

Time: November 23, 2011 to December 11, 2011
Location: Media Arts and Design, CMU Arts Center
City/Town: Chinagmai,Korat,Bangkok,Thailand
Event Type: art, exhibition
Latest Activity: Nov 26, 2011

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ASIATOPIA 13/2011 
International Performance Art Festival
23 Nov. – 11 Dec. 2011 
Bangkok – Chinagmai 
and Korat(optional)

“Eartheffect โลกระเทือน”
Year 2010-2011

Earth quake shook Heiti, Chili, New Zealand, Japan.
The tear of the sea shredded Japan in our very eyes.
Then nuclear radiation spells the air and water and products of the earth.
Mud slides after off-seasonal heavy rain hit southern Thailand 
destroyed many villages and damage the region infrastructure…
In Northern Burma many villages and hundreds of lives were destroyed by earth quake, while we’ve never heard of such lost..!
This Eartheffect is of nature…
But in the other Eartheffect…
People uprising in Tansania followed by Egyptians, which change the government. 
Today people’s call for change echoing in Libya, Yemen, Syria and Jordan and etc…
And here… in Thailand
The politic of voicing untruth,
Politic of power of lies and corruptions.
How long this would let go on?... 

Organized by 

บ้านตึก Concrete House

Organizing Committee:

Padungsak Kotchasumrong…….Festival Director
Noppawan Sirivejkul……Manager
Noi Apisuk……Administration
Paisan Plienbangchang……Committee
Mongkol Plienbangchang……Committee
Thanom Chapakdee……Committee
Chakkrit Chimnok……Committee

Co-curators:

Chumpon Apisuk
Vasan Sitthiket

Supported by:

Bangkok Art and Culture centre
Empower
Office of Contemporary Art And Culture
Ministry of Culture

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Comment by PORTFOLIOS*NET on November 26, 2011 at 3:09am


Invited Artists

International

Jaeseon Moon (Korea)
Moohye (Korea)
Neung Kyung Sung (Korea)
Solmoon (Korea)
Leona Misu (Japan)
Sakiko Yamaoka (Japan)
Chew Yu Mok (Hong Kong)
Richard Martel (Canada)
Francis O'Shaughnessy & Sara Letourneau (Canada)
Pascale Grau (Swiss)
Andrea Pagnes & Verana Stenke (German-Swiss)
Gonzalo Rabanal (Chile)
Pepertua (Chile) 
Prem Sarjo(Chile)

Thai

Vasan Sitthiket
Wannapon Chimbanjong
Chumpon Apisuk
Jittima Pholsawake (Bangkok only)
Mongkol Plienbangchang (Bangkok only)
Anyuda Issrakura Na Ayudhaya (Bangkok only)
Padungsak Kotchasamrong (chiangma only)
Chakkrit Chimnok & Pattree Chimnok (Chiangmai only)

Program:

1. Pre-festival Workshops
1.1 Richard Martel will lead the workshop of 12-15 inthusiastic young students and young artists on a 3 days workshop which may lead to public intervention.
1.2 Tableaux Vivants by Pascale Grau with 15 women bar workers and a-go-go dancers from Patpong area.
2. Asiatopia Talk
3.1 Performance Art in Korea by Jaeseon Moon and Yumi Moon 
3.2 Performance Art in South America (Chile) by Gonzalo Rabanal 


3. Performances :
Bangkok 25 - 27 November - Bangkok Art & Cultural Centre
Chiangmai 2 - 4 December - Big House of the city Museum
* Korat 9 -11 December – Northeastern Rachamongkol 
Institute of Technology

 

Comment by NEWS PORTFOLIOS*NET on November 25, 2011 at 12:38pm

Comment by NEWS PORTFOLIOS*NET on June 18, 2011 at 4:30pm

*Optional:

The event organize in Korat (official name Nakorn Ratchasrima) is by our friends who would like to start performance movement in the northeastern region. However, since it is the first time that performance event will be organized by local people. We feels that this is important to performance movement in Thailand, to be able to expand the movement to the region of music and dance.

Korat is a gateway to the northeast. One of the economical important province of the country, and has many historical sites dated back to Angkor Wat period. During the Vietnam war Korat was stationed one of the US air base in Thailand, and student anti-US movement was very active then.

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