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Vipoo Srivilasa비푸 스리비라사

    Australia, 호주
    1998 University of Tasmania, Hobart, Ceramic, Master of Fine Art and Design
    2016 The First Central China International Ceramics Biennale, Henan Museum, Zhengzhou, China
    2016 The Basil Sellers Art Prize, The Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne, Australia
    2016 Red-Eard Slider, Subhashok Art Centre, Bangkok, Australia
    2016 Function, Form, and Fantasy, The Flint Institute of Arts, Michigan, USA
    2016 Fleurieu Art Prize, Samstag Museum, Adelaide, Australia
    2015 Imaging the Blue and White: The impact of the New, Yingge Ceramics Museum, Yingge District, Taiwan
    2015 Beyond Limitations, Clayarch Gimhae Museum, Gyeongsangnam-do, Sotuh Korea
    2016 WInner, National Sports Museum Basil Sellers Creative Arts Fellowship, National Sport Museum, Melbourne, Australia
    2014 Winner, Gold Coast International Ceramic Art Award, Gold Coast City Coucil, Gold Coast, Australia
    2016 Clayarch Gimhae Museum, Gyeongsangnam-do, South Korea
    2014 Queensland Art Gallery I Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland, Australia
    2012 National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia
    2015 Visiting Artist, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
    2015 Beyond Limitations, Clayarch Gimhae Museum, Gyeongsangnam-do, South Korea
    2014 Visiting Artist, Northern Clay Centre, Minneapolis,, USA
    2014 SEXSE@Medalta, Medalta International Artists in Residence, Medalta, Canada

나는 일반 대중이 나와 함께 작품을 만드는 과정에 참여하고 협업하고 완성하는 기회를 줄 뿐만 아니라 인생에서 중요한 것이 무엇인가에 대하여 질문하게 만드는 작품을 제작하고 싶다. 나의 제작과정을 다른 사람들에게 공개함으로써 나는 내 작품에 대한 통제력과 내 작품에 대한 대중의 믿음을 포기한다. 포기의 댓가로 작품은 양방향 교류가 되어 공동의 생각을 효과적으로 소통하면서 예상하지 못했던 방법으로 사람들을 화합의 장으로 이끌 것이다.

I want to produce artwork that not only allows opportunities for the general public to create, collaborate, and complete the work with me, but also create work that raises the question of what is important in life. By opening up my process of creation to others, I give up a measure of control over my work and trust in the public. In turn, the artwork will become a means of two-way exchange and effectively communal thought which could bring people together in an unexpected way.