Curated by Wuttin Chansataboot
(with curatorial support from Wiwat Lertwiwatwongsa)
Here is a compilation of experimental films from a country that has been through extraordinary changes in different eras. The screening programme is a collection of artworks that thoroughly explore and investigate the fine details in the minuscule void that widen the space and make the divergence between two boundaries; black and white, lightness and darkness, good and evil, truth and lie, life and death, past and future, absence and present, existence and inanimateness. Sometimes, it is just a thin line that divides those territories apart. At some point, we could only straddle the borderline between the two distinct areas examining the mechanisms of evolution which sometimes could develop gradually. Occasionally it goes in a flash.
For some reasons, we cannot only focus on how the outcome look like, but it is the way things evolved that matter. The progress hidden behind the mystique of change is what we should concentrate on and it should be contemplated intimately without bias. The aftermath of some evolution could make a significant change in various aspects. It could completely change they way we look at the world around us forever. Heads or tails? It depends on how you flip it.