Born in Thailand in 1976; lives and works in Thailand.
Pui-Ock uses a variety of techniques such as printmaking, drawing, painting, and sculpture as well as the internet to express her wide-ranging interest in existence. In particular, her work interrogates the relationship between human beings and nature and considers the compatibility of our lifestyles with the environment. In addition to eight solo exhibitions since 2000, she has participated in major group exhibitions, including the Biennale of Sydney(2012), Yokohama Triennale in Japan(2011), and in the Thai Pavilion in the 53rd Venice Biennale(2009), and was an artist-in-residence of the ARCUS program in 2006. At KENPOKU ART 2016, she will show a three-dimensional work of fingers emerging from a shell at Takado kohama coast with forms that appear eerie at the first sight. This work expresses the striving of the soul to live on. The journey of the soul into a new shelter or a new life, or even better to say into a ‘new body’.