Green Papaya Art Projects and 98B Art Collaboratory
in cooperation with UP College of Mass Communication presents

A History of Thai Experimental Film and Video

A group of Thai works from the previous two decades which explore the uncanny capacity of film and video to make the past present and elicit memory. 
TRT: 61min

July 20, 2012 /3:00-5:00pm UP CMC Auditorium
UP College of Mass Communication, Plaridel Hall, Ylanan Road UP-Diliman

Chulayarnnon by Chulayarnnon Siriphol, 2008, 5:00
Nang Sod by Dome Sukawong, 1985, 2:09
Madang Bo sai by Pasit Punpruksachat, 1999, 24:00
Boring Blinker by Surabongse Binichkhah, 1985, 2:40
Once Upon a Time by Panu Aree, 2000, 14:00
Loneliness is Everywhere by Wiwat Lertwiwatwongsa, 2007, 9:35
Cutter, Trimmer and Chainsaw by Pathompon Tesprateep, 2011, 2:53 (Excerpt from 59 mins)

Initiated by video and new media curator Merv Espina and was initially supported and presented by Green Papaya Art Projects in March 2012, GENERATION LOSS is an ongoing series of dialogoues, screenings and exhibitions that seek to posit parallel traditions and tendencies of”experimental cinema,” “extended cinema,” “live cinema,” “video art” and other creativepractice spun from screen- and time-based media to coax/suggest a need to renegotiateimposed Western definitions of art based on format and schools of thought, versus theorganic and culturally-directed development of these art forms elsewhere, and particularly inthe context of the Philippines.

Special thanks to Bangkok Experimental Film Festival, David Teh and Gridithya Gaweewong