Tuksina PIPITKUL

Tuksina PIPITKUL

Born in Thailand in 1973; lives and works in Thailand.
For Pipitkul, coexistence in society is not limited to humans but includes all beings such as animals and nature, and she produces sculpture and photo works that reflect social problems related to animals and environmental issues. One major work, “100000 Lines” (2010), made of 100,000 plastic bands in the shape of a large dog, urges a sense of responsibility toward animals as a problem of contemporary society. In addition to teaching at Bangkok University, she has had exhibitions in Italy, Serbia, Japan, and United States and other countries. In 2001, she was an artist-in-residence with the ARCUS program. At KENPOKU ART 2016, she will exhibit sculpture at the Nippon Mining Museum. The sculpture, resembling a mining drill, will change shape, turning into a toy robot or insect, offering visitors a chance to touch and play with the objects and learn about the history of the miners and Hitachi mine.

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