Taiki Sakpisit

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Title

Taiki Sakpisit

Description

Over the course of the residency, Taiki Sakpisit plans to develop A Certain Illness Difficult to Name, an installation that addresses instances of trauma and violence embedded in the process of nation building in Singapore and Thailand through the lens of an individual's point of view. Looking at historical events through the eyes of a single character is an intentional strategy aimed to personalize and humanize history while, at the same time, composing an allegory of collective torment. Having so far mostly produced experimental short films, Taiki aims to use the space of the studio to test a more complex visual and aural installation that can elicit the sensorium of the viewer and trigger out-of-body experiences.

Date

1 October –20 December 2018

Contributor

Coverage

Medium

Residency Item Type Metadata

Short Description

Taiki Sakpisit plans to develop A Certain Illness Difficult to Name, an installation that addresses instances of trauma and violence embedded in the process of nation building in Singapore and Thailand through the lens of an individual's point of view.

Location

Onsite (CCA)

Collaboration

No

Commissioned Work

No

Files

Taiki Sakpisit A-Ripe-Volcano-1.jpg
Taiki Sakpisit A-Ripe-Volcano-6.jpg
Taiki Sakpisit Deathless-Distance-2.jpg
Taiki Sakpisit Looking-in-Gods-Eye-1.jpg
Taiki Sakpisit Rano-Pano-1.jpg
Taiki Sakpisit Shadow-and-Act_2018_2.jpg
Taiki Sakpisit Time-of-the-Last-Persecution-4.jpg
TaikiSakpisit_ARipeVolcano-installation-view-1.jpg
TaikiSakpisit_DeathlessDistance.jpg
TaikiSakpisit_TheAgeofAnxiety.jpg

Collection

Citation

“Taiki Sakpisit,” NTU CCA Singapore Digital Archive, accessed May 26, 2022, https://ntuccasingapore.omeka.net/items/show/1378.