PRAPAT JIWARANGSAN
b. 1979, Bangkok, Thailand. Lives and works in Chiangmai, Thailand,

Prapat Jiwarangsan is a multi-media artist and filmmaker who graduated in 2011 with a Masters in Fine Art from The Royal College of Art, London. With a particular interest in history, politics and nationalism, Prapat’s recent work examines the Thai monarchy and its critical place as one of the country’s most revered but also culturally and politically problematic institutions.
Biography

Born 1979 in Bangkok, Prapat Jiwarangsan is a multi-media artist and film-maker who graduated in 2011 with a Masters in Fine Art from The Royal College of Art, London. Taking a particular interest in history, politics and nationalism, Prapat’s recent work examines the Thai monarchy and its critical place as one of the country’s most revered but also culturally and politically problematic institutions. Prapat has exhibited in London and Thailand, his work recently featured at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre in the group exhibition Politics of Me. Prapat currently works and lives in Chiangmai, Thailand. 


EDUCATION    
2011
MA Royal College of Art, London.

2009
MFA Visual Art, King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Bangkok Thailand.

2002
BA Interior Architecture, King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Bangkok, Thailand.


SOLO EXHIBITION
2012
I will never smile again, WTF gallery, Bangkok.


GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2012
Politics of Me, BACC, Bangkok.
Stage Two: OPEN Certain Site, OCAC, Bangkok.

2011
Folio, Royal Shakespeare, Stratford-upon-Avon, UK.
CMYOK!, CPF Gallery Projects, London.

2010
The Impossible Dream, The office of Educational Affairs, Royal Thai Embassy, London
Hope to Dwell in Fear, Hockney Gallery, London.
Out of Practice, Siobhan Davies Studios, London.
Sabai Sabai, Department21. Royal college of Art, London.

2009
healing, SOL Gallery, Bangkok.
Love(?), Reflections Room in Bangkok, Bangkok.

2008
Intangible Dhamma in Nature, Siam City Hotel, Bangkok.

2007
Collage and color, Lalanta Gallery, Bangkok.

2006
Panta eyes at art volume1, Siam Paragon, Bangkok.


SCREENING
2011
Artist Sicks, Image Festival, Toronto, Canada.
Artist Sicks, Moving Image Studio, Royal college of art, London.

2010
The Measure of Time, Candid Projection Room, London,
The Measure of Time, Siobhan Davies Studios, London.

2009
Mirror Mask, (EVA.8) Experimental Video Art 8, Bangkok.