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Belle Phromchanya
Born in Bangkok in 1984, Belle Phromchanya was trained as a graphic designer before relocating to Amsterdam in 2011 to study MA Design at the Sandberg Instituut. She continues her artistic practice between The Netherlands and Thailand until today. Her works address subjects such as, political memeification, digital legacy, marginalized-transborder identities, and contemporary migration, many of which are rooted in the unsettling relationship between herself and the globalized society. The projects are made up of visual research, information graphics, multimedia installation, and audiovisual production, displaying personal exploration of the current reality.
︎ www.bellephrom.com

Darunee Terdtoontaveedej
Darunee Terdtoontaveedej (1990) is a curator and researcher with a strong interest in collecting and forming a collection. Trained as an architect at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, University of the Arts London, and later as a designer at Design Academy Eindhoven, Terdtoontaveedej specialises in cross-disciplinary collaboration and looking beyond the design world. Her fascinations include issues such as the home and sense of belonging, the selves, and alternative histories. Prior to her Masters education in The Netherlands, she has worked as a design and architecture journalist and editor for art4d magazine, Thailand’s first design magazine and book publisher. Since 2019, she has been the LGBTQ+ programme curator at CinemAsia Film Festival, and in 2020, she was selected as the Young Curator of the 49th edition of International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR).

Honey Kraiwee
Honey Kraiwee is an MA graduate from Maastricht University with a major in curating. Before her education in the Netherlands, she was a vice director of the art and cultural department at Alliance Fraçaise in Bangkok, Thailand. Recently, she received a grant to create MOONMOON CALENDAR. Inspired by the Chinese lunisolar calendar, the project resets our way of thinking about time and rethinks horoscopes by unveiling an algorithmic similarity between astrologers and Artificial Intelligence. Honey is also a regular host at A Tale of a Tub, an institution for contemporary art and culture in Rotterdam. Its program is centred around questions of how art can contribute to our understanding of present-day social, political, and ecological issues. Honey is currently keen on researching and working with concepts interrelating amongst non-human centred cultures and internet culture.

EDITION CONTRIBUTORS (2018–2020)

Studio 150
Alice Wong
Aram Lee
Atit Sornsongkram
Benjamin Li
Chen Jhen
Cyril Tjahja
Erik de Maaker
Faye Cheng
Fenmei Hu
Fridus Steijlen
Guido Nijhof
Irene Stengs
Jeeraphat Voraphotmuangman
Jing He
Jiraporn Laocharoenwong
Jo-Lene Ong
Jonathan Ho
Julian Ross
Jung Yeon Kim
Juni Mun
Ka-Tjun Hau
Kabo Lee
Kexin Hao
Kihyeon Kim
Kuang-yi Ku
Mandy Cheng
Nemo Koning
Oat Sankrit Kulmanochawong
Pam Virada
Pitchaya Ngamcharoen
Prae Pupityastaporn
Rosalia Namsai Engchuan
Sanderien Verstappen
Sanne Kabalt
Sejoon Kim
Soyun Park
Tomoko Take
Xiaoxiao Xu
Yin Yin Wong
Yu-tzu Huang
Yusuf Zucchero
Zoenie Deng






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