An interdisciplinary creative with immensely interest in spatial design and social practice. After graduating with bachelor’s degree of landscape architecture, she has extended her boundary to artistic field and gained professional experiences as a landscape architect, a curator, and an installation artist. Most of her works are focussed on bringing an integration between publics and contextual environment as well as exploring the art of everyday-life objects.  







                   
Mark

Curriculum Vitae


Education









2019-2021
MFA Spatial Performance & Design
AAIS, Architectural Association School of Architecture
London, UK


2012-2017
BLA Landscape Architecture
Faculty of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University
Bangkok, Thailand


2009-2012
Triamudom Suksa School.
Bangkok, Thailand

Scholarship

2016
Thesis Scholarship for Creative Well-being Programme
By  Built Environment for Health Research Unit (BE4H)
Bangkok, Thailand

Professional Experiences

2019 JAN - JUL
Designer & Art Director
Cloud-floor Company Limited
Bangkok, Thailand


2017 AUG - 2018 DEC
Landscape Architect
Duangrit Bunnag Architect Limited
Bangkok, Thailand


2016 MAY-JUL
Intern Landscape Architect
Takano Landscape and Planning
Obihiro, Hokkaido, Japan

2013 MAY-JUN
Intern Landscape Architect
PLandscape
Bangkok, Thailand


Extracurricular Activities

2016 MAR
Exhibition Designer, Art Stripped (2016)
Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

2015 MAR-AUG
Screen Writer, Tapad Karn Lakorn Theatre, Peter Pan (2015)
Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

2015 APR
Organic Farm Volunteer, Ogurayama Farm
Nakano, Japan

2014 JUL-SEP
Graphic Designer, Freshmen Orientation, Faculty of Architecture
Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

2014 JUN
Organic Farm Volunteer, Mindful Farm
Chiangmai, Thailand


Workshops

2019 JUN 15
Cymatics Graphic Design Workshop by Jesse Osbourne-Lanthier
Hosted by Shape Shifter, Sathon Chainsaw
Bangkok, Thailand


2018 DEC 10-21
AA Visiting School Bangkok – Curartistry: Trees in Bangkok
Bangkok, Thailand


2018 NOV 10-11
Bangkok Design Week 2019 – Launchpad Programme
Hosted by TCDC, Creative Economy Agency 
Bangkok, Thailand

2018 OCT 20
Mimeograph/Risograph Workshop by Poop Press and RRD
Hosted by Poop Press
Bangkok, Thailand

2018 APR 1-4
Instant City Tokyo Workshop with Raumlaborberlin, Atelier Bow-wow
Hosted by Goethe-Institut Tokyo 
Tokyo, Japan

2017 NOV 17-19
Urban Media Art Bangkok Workshop in Curatorial Theme “Emotional Transitions” by Urban Media Art Academy Berlin
Hosted by Goethe-Institut Thailand
Bangkok, Thailand


Award
2018 NOV 12
Noodlescape, Winning Project of Pop-Up Gardens Competition
By Christchurch City Council
Christchurch, New Zealand


Exhibitions
2019 JAN 26 - 2019 FEB 3
Ekanake (2019), Bangkok Design Week 2019
Cat Building Pier, Bangkok, Thailand

2018 DEC - 2019 APR
Noodlescape (2018), Pop-Up Gardens
Cathedral Square, Christchurch, New Zealand

2018 DEC 21
Wound (2018), AA Visiting School Bangkok 2018 Project Exhibition
Montien Mall, Bangkok, Thailand

2018 JAN 30
Mood Swing Project (2016), Urban Media Art Kitchen
Public Art Lab, Berlin, Germany

2017 NOV 19 - DEC 3
Interactive Potluck (2017) , Freeform Festival 2017
ACMEN Ekamai Complex, Bangkok, Thailand


Publications
2019 FEB 3
GEDES in Bangkok Design Week 2019
An interview by Urban Creature

2018 DEC 20
Nature and Noodles Pop Up in Cathedral Square
A review by Christchurch City Council

2018 DEC 20
Noodlescape Pop-Up Garden in Cathedral Square
A review by Christchurch Daily Photo

2018 DEC 5
The Begining of Noodlescape
An article for Dream Action



Cells


2015
Concept Design (Academic)
BLA Chulalongkorn University








Mark

I (Vapor)


2015
Installation Art (Academic)
Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
BLA Chulalongkorn University

Collaborator:
Nithirath Chaemchuen
This is an installation art raising question about belief that relates to one’s experience. The concept was inspired by vaporwave, a music genre that use 80’s sound mixed in modern way supposing that the music was come from vaporware (software or hardware that has been advertised but is not yet available to buy). This work of art we had an idea to pick some elements from various ages and myths such as a roman structure from ancient architecture, painting in pink as a symbolic color of the university, using shiny texture material of modern industry. Then assembled them to mimic the belief of Thai spirit house. I also remixed the univisity anthem and played as an ambience of this art work.

The main audiences that we aimed to interact with were Thai students and officers in Chulalongkorn University. The form and color of the installation were inspired from belief and experience of people especially in that area. Some feedback said that this work was disrespectful to traditional objects like spirit house and university anthem. However, in fact, this work was comprised of ordinary objects. It was interesting that people would connect their personal experience with interpretation.




           
 

Mark

The Revitalisation of Klongchan Public Housing


2017-2018 
Urban Landscape Design (Thesis)
Klongchan, Bangkapi, Bangkok, Thailand
BLA Chulalongkorn University
Poverty leads to the occurrence of slums in big cities. National Housing Authority is a Thai state enterprise with an objective of providing affordable housing for low and middle-income citizens who do not have residential ownership. They have set a typical design standard to fit every housing project. However, most residents are from rural hometowns that are rich in cultures and traditions. When the obsolete design standard meets social diversity, it eventually causes changes to land misuse or disuse, leading to a higher risk of crime, drug abuse, public irresponsibility, and vandalism. Therefore, this project proposes a concept of “Nu-Community”, bringing new approach of public space design for livable community. Considering the strong points of rural living and the potential of urban context, it have become strategies to unite the whole community by creating more communal spaces, co-experience activities, wisdom sharing, community cooperation, and adaptation to environment, for a better living and well-being in public housing community.