To Dance Is To Be Everywhere for ashes keeper, spirits, and other possible monuments by Dusadee Huntrakul
His first solo in Singapore after appearances at Singapore Biennale (2013) and Sous la lune (2015) at ICAS LASALLE, Dusadee returns with an update of his latest investigations with ceramic sculptures and drawings.
Borrowing primal and at times totemic productions from antiquity, the modern and the contemporary, Dusadee places his original creations alongside the visual language and spirit of 600 BCE Greek, 3000 BC Japanese, 1000 BC Thai, alongside the modern Picasso, Joan Miro and contemporary artist Mark Manders. The authorship and origin of these images requires professional knowledge to differentiate and for the novice, they might appear to come from a mono or indistinct ancient lineage. As a result, our focus is trained on the craft, culture and thinking behind their design and purpose in relation to the lives of the community they are surrounded by.