The Toot Yung nomad gallery is proud to present “Inhabited Hypercube”, Daan Botlek’s first solo exhibition in Asia, as the first “Nomad Project”, outside of Ekamai’s old gallery walls.
Three spaces will host “INHABITED HYPERCUBE,” an exploded solo exhibition of Daan Botlek’s latest works produced during his three-months residency in Bangkok. Large-scale paintings on canvas, posters, silkscreen prints, laser cut art objects will be scattered between Cho Why, Food Court and El Chiringuito. Street wall paintings by Botlek will link the three spaces.
The multidisciplinary event will take place from Saturday the 14th to Sunday 22nd March 2015, linking different emerging cultural, art and social spaces in Soi Nana, Chinatown.
The opening block party will kick off on Saturday 14 at 6 p.m. beginning with a rooftop cocktail bar set up at Chow Why’s, special Tapas served at El Chiringuito and street food vendors cooking favorite Thai dishes all evening. From 9 p.m. to midnight, patrons can dance to the minimal tech beats of DJ Marine Caillat, with visuals by VJ Gabriel Camelin, inspired by Botlek’s graphic works, scattered throughout the streets.