Vorträge unserer Gäste von der Silpakorn University
Vorträge und Workshops von unseren Gastkollegen der Silpakorn Universität
Vorträge und Workshops / ab 15.06.2022
Since two years, we have an Erasmus+ funded exchange with the Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts at Silpakorn University Bangkok, Thailand. Due to the pandemic we had to wait with the physical exchanges until this year, but now we have three visiting students in the Fine Art classes and next week, two professors and the head of International Office will come to Bremen.
Following events will be part of the visit and open to all members of the HfK:
On Wednesday, June 15, 2022 at 6pm at Auditorium Am Speicher XI, the two professors will give a lecture each and are open for Q&A.
Vortrag: 15.06.2022, 18 Uhr
Auditorium, Speicher XI 8, 28217 Bremen
On Thursday, June 16, 2022, from 11am until 4pm, Vichaya Mukdamanee will give a workshop in the painting class of Stephan Baumkötter in room 3.16.090.
On Monday, June 20, 2022 from 11am until 1pm, Sukumala Nithipattaraahnan will give a workshop as part of Mona Schieren’s course about documenta fifteen in room 4.15.090.
Additional individual meetings or studio visits are possible and please contact Ingo Vetter, email firstname.lastname@example.org for arrangements.
Ass.Prof. for Performance and Head of the Mixed Media Department
The Roles of Southeast Asian Aesthetics through the Perspectives of Thai Women: Impacts and Influence on Aesthetics Perceptions in the 21st Century
The study on the roots of the Southeast Asian aesthetics not only focuses on the cultural roots of civilization in creativity but also the roles, identity and individuality of creators prior to the 1932 Siamese Revolution which have been passed on until nowadays. This leads to the consolidation of knowledge on Suvarnabhumi aesthetics which is interconnected with the global capitalism in our digital age through the eyes of women in the 21st century.
Between Movement and Stillness: Practices on Balancing Body and Mind
Adapted from the artwork of Sukumala Nithipataraahnan, the workshop will lead to the learning and understanding of connection between body movement and mind, the Southeast Asian elements-based dancing performance, and concepts of linkage between the spiritual world and the digital world, as well as stillness and rituals. The workshop will also raise questions about the roles of women in the modern age on the path of Theravada Buddhism. Moreover, it will enable the participants to learn as to how to make the concentration on our own breathing and body movement which can in turn be utilized in creating video and image making technique.
Ass.Prof. for Painting and Dean of Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts
The Reflection of Social Changes during Colonisation Period in Thai Art
Focusing on the period between 1850 – 1930 in Thailand, or “Siam” at the time, when all the neighboring countries were gradually colonised by European nations and Siam were left in the middle as the buffer state, artworks in many forms and media were created to reflect the changes happening in the society. Studying these artifacts also lead to the better understanding of the interrelating relationship between the east and the west, especially the exchanging of knowledge, which eventually led to the revolution from monarchy to democracy in Thailand in 1935.
Repetition of Self: Meditative Practice and Interpretation
Developing from the video and performance by Vichaya Mukdamanee, the workshop will focus on how one is focusing on certain performative actions happening in daily life. The repetitive action in life is documented and then transformed into fragment or inspiration used in the artwork creation process. The participants can also learn about the basic concept of meditation that is the moment of mindfulness which one tries to continually keep in mind. The workshop also encourages the participants to interpret the concept of meditation, and merge the concept as part of everyday practice.