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Kamol Phaosavasdi

Kamol Phaosavasdi studied in Los Angeles but later returned to Bangkok, where he established a considerable reputation in the 1980s. His politically charged conceptual installations and performances deal with social abuses and environmental issues. Recurring themes in his work are pollution and the large-scale sex industry in Thailand – he has previously carried out work related to HIV and prostitution. Phaosavasdi is a pioneer of new media art in Thailand, working with video and digital media and exploring the effects of light on space. He lectures in media art at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok. Kamol Phaosavasdi is a participant in both the 2004 Access for All and 2008 More to Love projects.