Residency Program

Catherine Ellis
May – August 2017

Reza Zefanya Mulia
April – June 2017

Ajoon Martia Saputri
April – June 2017

Flounder Lee
May 2017

Kate Bae
May 2017

TheTip Bangkok

Julian Feritsch, Julia Hohenwarter, Daniel Wind – Side Eyes

FRANKFURT 16.05.2017, 19:00h
Oppenheimer Landstraße 85H
60596 Frankfurt am Main

BANGKOK 16.05.2017, 19:00h
2198/10-11 Soi Taweewattana
Chongnonsee,Yannawa
Bangkok


“In my case, I am standing in front of a locker, trying to get a better understanding of what is happening around me. „Are you really gonna stand there staring at me all the way from across the room?“ We don´t seem to think of dynamite things to say to each other which
(in our case) doesn’t bother any of us.
Discomfort in my body yet. Squeezing all my gestures into a small delivery box and moving on. Still… I am lined up in her sight.
I am starting to whistle away gently to myself, raising an acoustic protective film around me. While walking around and casting a net wide just to catch the situation, I am realizing a cluster of people well known. Kind of eased I discontinue whistling and dispel my shell. Time to caress my catch … here we go, I have no idea what is going on.”

#projectmural

Tentacles invited young artist to propose and create work on a 2.7 x 2 meter wall in front of Tentacles.

The project aims to raise fund to support our activities and residency program. Each work will be exhibited for 90 days and then be transformed into merchandise (eg. Tote bags)

For Inquiry about the whole piece please contact
Info@tentaclesgallery.com

SUPPORT  “0” Edition of #projectmural
450.- THB
for 1 limited edition totebag

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Queer Readers Bangkok

Queer Readers Bangkok is a monthly initiative open to all as a social discussion group that, through readings, screenings and other activities, considers and debates the chameleon qualities of “queer” both as academic theory and produced through critical questions and practices of identity. The meetings aim to bring together people from a range of backgrounds with diverse interests and intellectual ambitions to share and enrich each other’s concerns. Queer Readers Bangkok is a participant-led, open platform. However, all meetings are primarily based in textual analysis, or the exploration of extant perspectives and arguments.

by
Brian Curtin

September 2016 project & collaboration

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Tentacles x 1095東南亞交流計畫@東協廣場 Taichung ASEAN Square Cultural Exchange Project
Taichung, Taiwan
Rawin Porntrakulsaree
Tanaphon Inching
Yingyod Yenakarn

Tentacles x Yet Space
Residency program, BnB, Co-working studio

Tentacles N22
Artshop & Cafe & Workshop