Meet Boat Sutasinee Kansomdee! Boat is one of the 5 MAHA Pavilion artists She is working with Teo Ala-Ruona for the Bangkok Biennial 2020.
Boat Sutasinee Kansomdee was born in 1987 in Chiang Mai. Now, Sutasinee lives and works in Chiang Mai.
She graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University in the Printmaking Division (2011) and is now studying for a Master's degree in Visual Arts at the Chiang Mai University. Her artwork ranges in many techniques including intaglio printing, industrial printing, mixed media, installation and performance art. Sutasinee is interested in recording life and emotions that occur in life in various ways by using art as an introspection tool. She is also interested in the expression of artists in public spaces, based on social and cultural criteria, and the violations of that culture and desires of society. Some parts of her life experience had an effect on her art making and became a source of “positive life” artwork projects. At present, she is interested in performance arts in relation to the line of power and the limitation of power that occurs in history of art.
Her solo exhibitions include "Positive Life" at G Gallery, Chiang Mai (2015) and "Art8 + Positive life + Nowhere" at The Meeting Room Art Cafe, Chiang Mai (2016).
First Zoom meeting between Boat, Teo and the curator, Prima