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Sutthirat Supaparinya

I move faster than I am, 2004

The work visualizes my insomnia, uncontrollable body and mind to jump to difference stories or places in my head.

My externals are confined to the present.
The blind future
tempts me to dream of it. It creates an indefinite space for me to imagine
a moment without the present time which detains my thoughts.
I want to “move” my thoughts through the present at a neckbreaking speed.
I want to run away from time that confines me.
Even though I’m quivered with fear….of the future,
I yearn to dash into it…like a soundless bullet train.

Our surroundings keep changing so dynamically that we are not aware of them. The situation I’m encountering is unreliable and unstable. It will change again soon. We can never catch the changes in the act. Sometimes, my conscience would focus on the future instead since it makes me more excited of the upcoming circumstances than the passing ones. The confusion of all changes and the time dimension causes me insomnia. While I’m trying to sleep, my still body encourages my mind to race faster than how my body “moves”.

The work visualizes my insomnia, uncontrollable body and mind to jump to difference stories or places in my head.

My externals are confined to the present.

The blind future

tempts me to dream of it. It creates an indefinite space for me to imagine

a moment without the present time which detains my thoughts.

I want to “move” my thoughts through the present at a neckbreaking speed.

I want to run away from time that confines me.

Even though I’m quivered with fear….of the future,

I yearn to dash into it…like a soundless bullet train.

Our surroundings keep changing so dynamically that we are not aware of them. The situation I’m encountering is unreliable and unstable. It will change again soon. We can never catch the changes in the act. Sometimes, my conscience would focus on the future instead since it makes me more excited of the upcoming circumstances than the passing ones. The confusion of all changes and the time dimension causes me insomnia. While I’m trying to sleep, my still body encourages my mind to race faster than how my body “moves”.

Lives and works in Chiang Mai, Thailand, Supaparinya's works encompass a wide variety of mediums such as installation, photography, video and sculpture. Through her works she questions, interprets public information and reveals what’s structure effect her/us as a national/global citizen....
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