Kittima Chareeprasit

Rivercomber: A Visual Reflection on a Trip along the Mekong

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Kittima Chareeprasit received her MA in Curating and Collections from Chelsea College of Arts and is currently curator at MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum in Chiang Mai, Thailand. In 2016, she co-founded the Waiting You Curator Lab, focusing on curatorial approaches within contemporary art practices. Her interest lies mainly in contemporary art and culture that revolve around critical history, social and political issues. She has worked on numerous projects with both emerging and established artists within the realm of Southeast Asian Art and its cultural context. Her recent curatorial work includes ‘House Calls: Pinaree Sanpitak’, 100 Tonson Foundation (2020); ‘Breast Stupa Cookery: the world turns upside down’, Nova Contemporary (2020); ‘Temporal Topography: MAIIAM’s New Acquisitions; from 2010 to Present’, MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum (2019); ‘In search of other times: reminiscence of things collected’, JWD Art Space Bangkok (2019); ;Occasionally Utility’, Gallery VER, Bangkok (2017); ‘The Thing That Takes Us Apart’, Gallery Seescape, Chiang Mai (2017).