Pasut Kranrattanasuit

March 8 – April 30 2012


Pasut Kranrattanasuit graduated in sculpture from Silpakorn University in Bangkok and with time spent in Italy and France. He was awarded a Royal Thai Government to complete a MA at Goldsmiths College in London. Kranrattanasuit exhibits widely and his solo shows include Silom Galleria Art Space (2007), Bangkok; Galerie Gauche (2005), Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris; Goethe Institute (2004), Bangkok; Dissolvenze (2004), Grand Hall (Outdoor) (2004), Academia di Belle Arti di Firenze, Florence; Silpakorn University (2003), Bangkok; Chulalongkorn University (2003), Bangkok; Red Mill Gallery (2002), Vermont Studio Center, USA; and Baan Bangkok Gallery (2000) in Bangkok. Group exhibitions include 100 Tonson Gallery (2011), Bangkok; Woburn Square Gallery (2007), London; La Nuit Blanche (2006), 59 Rue Rivoli, Paris; and Yamawa Gallery in Japan. His awards include Rotary Thonbury Sculpture Competition (2006), SET Sculpture Award (2004) and a gold medal for sculpture (2001) from 47th National Art Thailand.

Pasut Kranrattanasuit is a sculptor interested in the experiences of diverse forms of interactivity. Concerned with both representing and registering experience, his objects and installations segue the personal and the collective. Kranrattansuit employs a variety of media including antique found objects and video.

Unexpectation/Reality is a video installation prompted by the disaster of the recent floods in Thailand, in 2011. A time-lapse animation that imagines H Project Space rushed with polluted water, three monitors are embedded in the space and emphasise illusionistic qualities while insisting on the drama within. Playing on the distancing effects of media representations of disaster, Unexpectation/Reality allows us to consider the stakes of such as the room in which we stand becomes engulfed.