Tomorrow’s mountain, 2017
stack of silk screen printed paper, 56x81x29 cm
installation view at Nova contemporary, Bangkok
Tomorrow’s mountain features a stack of silk screen prints which is the image of a cut stone found in the forest. The stone was suspected that it was left there while stones were being tranported up the hill to build a stone complex sometime in 16th-17th buddisht century (11th-12th century). The stone castle, however, was never completed, and is known today as Phra That Phu Phek located in Sakonakon, Thailand.