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ISSUE 32 : Art and Commitment
Micropolitics at BAAN NOORG
Sebastien Tayac選譯—微觀政治學
March 21st, 2017Type: Translation
Author: Sebastien Tayac, 鄭文琦 (翻譯) Editor: Rikey Tenn
Quote From: 365 days: Life Muse, 26 January 2017 - 25 February 2017, Art Centre, Silpakorn University
Note: Sebastien Tayac lives and works in Chiang Mai, Thailand. He is a full-time lecturer in Faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University. Tayac is a writer/ researcher in the project 365 Days: LIFE MUSE. His composition reflected his interest in Micro-politics of the communities, the systematic structure of human’s relationship, including both world-view and bio-view changes in the social and cultural context, that have happened to both Burmese workers, Chaw Su and Kyaw Moe.
Okui Lala at 365 Days: Life Muse (2016); photo courtesy of Baan Noorg
Chaw Su at the installation of the 365 Days: LIFE MUSE (2017 Jan)