Miti Ruangkritya @ 2902 Gallery

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Miti Ruangkritya – Uncertain States
till Friday 9th May 2014

Uncertain States introduces the works of Thai photographer Miti Ruangkritya upon returning back to Bangkok after being away for 19 years. With a critical and questioning eye, Miti ponders on this seemingly familiar and yet foreign land which he calls home. In 2011, he witnessed and documented the worst floods in Bangkok in the series Imagining Flood, which depicts a striking contrast from what we usually know of the capital city – a bustling tourist spot in Southeast Asia. Still and calm flood waters which inundated the cityscape belied the harsh reality faced by its inhabitants and became a mirror reflecting various social and political issues.

2902 Gallery
222 Queen Street, Level 2, Singapore 188550

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