Art Installations

A Singing Sea by Satit Raksasri

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A contemporary artist whose practice crosses mediums of painting, photography, illustration and live performance, Satit Raksasri’s art is rooted in community engagement and environmental activism.

A Singing Sea first appeared at Wonderfruit 2018, and Satit built the installation-come-shelter with discarded materials collected from the beaches and seas of Thailand. It represents a symbolic yet critical call for a change in human consumption that has collectively endangered the world’s most shared natural environment: the ocean. Enter the installation to examine familiar objects and materials post-rescue and how they’ve amounted to a space.

A contemporary artist whose practice crosses mediums of painting, photography, illustration and live performance, Satit Raksasri’s art is rooted in community engagement and environmental activism.

A Singing Sea first appeared at Wonderfruit 2018, and Satit built the installation-come-shelter with discarded materials collected from the beaches and seas of Thailand. It represents a symbolic yet critical call for a change in human consumption that has collectively endangered the world’s most shared natural environment: the ocean. Enter the installation to examine familiar objects and materials post-rescue and how they’ve amounted to a space.