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May 11, 2016 News

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In The Jam Factory Gallery’s current exhibition “Asylum Seeker: The Pond And The Fireflies”, artist Prapat Jiwarangsan himself is the asylum seeker, and the pond in question is actually around the house in Chiang Mai in which he took refuge after the 2014 coup. The show is comprised of a video installation, two series of photographs and a few ink-written letters.

  

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