Exhibition catalogue under the same title of Thai artist Navin Rawanchaikul held in Valentine Willie Fine Art, Singapore, in March and April 2011. Fundamental to the display is Rawanchaikul's politics of searching his own identity.
Rawanchaikul is a Thai artist of Indian descent, and is married to a Japanese curator and treats Fukuoka as his second home. This complicated self-recognition and -positioning becomes central to his art making. One of the series on display, Places of Rebirth (2009), was inspired by the artist's first visit to Pakistan, birthplace of his ancestors.
Includes a short essay and a biography. Plates are accompanied with excerpts of hand-written letters by the artist to his daughter.
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