Sikarnt is an artist, writer and filmmaker based in and out of Bangkok. Their interdisciplinary practice combines writing, performance, installation and moving image to explore questions related to entropy and post-colonial history. Sikarnt is one of the founders of the Center for Lost Objects, a hypothetical museum established in 2010 whose collection consists of thousands of found, broken, un-functional and unknown objects and fragments from around the globe. Sikarnt practices spinning and falling (level 2.8). 

Recent performance includes; Salvage Festival, ]performance s p a c e[, Folkstone, UK; 7 Falls, Seoul Museum of Art Residency, South Korea; Objects in the Mirror are Closer Than They Appear (K Island), Fogo Island Art, Canada; Object Without Shadow, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver, Canada; How to Break a Brick Without Mass, Cell 63, Berlin, Germany; Before the Fall Every Movement is an Aerobics, Chongqing Changjiang Contemporary Museum, Chongqing, China; Untitled (rock, brick, bone), 2017, PAErsche – Interval °9, Essen, Germany; The multiplication of the none, Asiatopia Festival 2016, Bangkok, Thailand.

The Moon Fall, 2019, photo by Manuel Vason, supported by ]performancespace[

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