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PIONEER IN VIDEO ART FROM THAILAND, SLOVENIA, NORWAY SINCE 1980 EXHIBITION

9 May – 30 June, 2019

The video exhibition entitled “Pioneer in Video Art from Thailand, Slovenia, Norway Since 1980" compares and contrasts art styles prevalent in South East Asia, Europe and Scandinavia using material produced by artists from Thailand, Slovenia and Norway.


The works represent examples of single screen video and video installations.

Pioneer in Video Art from Thailand, Slovenia, Norway Since 1980 Exhibition By Fine Art Department, Architecture Faculty at King Mongkut’s institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL) Ustanova Fundacija Sonda, UGM Maribor Art Gallery, NTNU Trondheim Academy of Fine Art, Norway and Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

Main Gallery on 8th Floor, BACC



Opening Reception on Saturday 11th May, 2019 at 18.00 hrs.
Curator Tour “Video Art in Slovenia” on Saturday 11th May, 2019 at 14:00 hrs.

Curators: Komson Nookiew, Miha T. Horvat and David Rych

The video exhibition entitled “Pioneer in Video Art from Thailand, Slovenia, Norway Since 1980" compares and contrasts art styles prevalent in South East Asia, Europe and Scandinavia using material produced by artists from Thailand, Slovenia and Norway.


The works represent examples of single screen video and video installations.

The history of humankind can be chronicled by the Art they have produced. Art is basic to human existence. All man's creations showcase the Art of the period. The internet revolution has created a World awash in video art with people all over the planet daily bombarded by multimedia on both their desktop and mobile devices. The progression of technology, especially advances in speed and transmission of enormous files, has made a deep impact to people's daily life. A foundation of education is an important requirement towards developing a country.

This is the mission of the Fine Art Department, Architecture Faculty at King Mongkut’s institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL).We strive to increase knowledge base through expansion of our curriculum. Joint programs conducted with international Art faculties will allow us to achieve this goal. The exhibition will highlight different cultural perceptions through a common medium of video art focusing on themes such as life, love and politics. After a run in Thailand, the exhibition will move to both Slovenia and Norway.