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The Archivist Project

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The Archivist Project

The Artling recently visited The Archivist, an artist-run gallery and screenprinting studio in Bangkok. About a fifteen-minute drive out of Bangkok’s city centre, The Archivist’s screenprinting studio is small, but packed with small wonders and beautifully-designed graphic works fill the space. The founders of The Archivist, Minchaya Chayosumrit & Kanaporn Phasuk, gave us a tour of the space and showed us some works-in-progress. 

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Display cabinet filled with past exhibition materials and art supplies

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Santi Lawrachawee’s Memorandum of Understanding, 3-colour screenprint and TNOP’s A Conversation with Jean Arp, 6-layer screenprint

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The Archivist founders & artist Santi Lawrachawee in their studio!

 

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Detail view of Minchaya Chayosumrit’s A visual sleep diary

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The numerous colours used for The Archivist’s hand-pulled screenprints

 

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The exterior of The Archivist’s studio

 

 

If you’re in Bangkok and are interested in The Archivist, their space is open to the public and they host regular screenprinting workshops teaching the basics of the medium. Learn more here

 

See more works from The Archivist here.

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Any views or opinions in the post are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the company or contributors.


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