Epson X Eyedropper Fill "Dreamscape"

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In Collaboration with :
Lookmee, Suki, Arpandee, CherryJoobJang, Bom, Sommai, Maneechan, Srisakorn, Ubon, Sakniagm, Kaesorn, Amm and Benz, Che, Dawan, Dook, Niyom, Saknga, Songvien, Sorawit, Choit, Teerasilp, Patin, Pornpimon, Mamae and Meen, Auntie Nuan, Robert, Kong, Chan, Game, Uncle Nuad, Supatcha,Eak, Putinee, Pichet, Paradee, Marisa, Wongsakorn, Wannarat, Wittaya, Hatainun, N'Nam, N'Pongsakorn, Supot, N'Mild, N'Opal, P'Jack, P'Nok and N'Peach, P'Ornkanok

Curated by: Judha Su
Director/Concept/Editor: Wattanapume Laisuwanchai
Producer/Animator: Nuntawat Jarusruangnil
Assistant Director/ Animator: Tinnawat Chankloi
Behind The Scene Video: Olarn Posuwan, Kobboon Chatrakrisaeree
Projection Assiatant Crew: Asamaporn Samakphan, Jirayus Russmisaengthong, Setthasiri Chanjaradpong , Vorachat Sae-cai
Music Score: Wissanu Likitsathaporn (Two Million Thanks)
Equipment supported by: V.S. Service
Special Thanks: Speedy Grandma Gellery

"Dream" is a reconstruction, an imaginable reality the reality that we dream for. It is a making of montage, where any moment may be juxtaposed, made suddenly adjacent with another. The Dreamscape Project facilitates a positive way for people to communicate, or just to express freely. Since we, in this country, still lack this sort of basic foundation; this project, therefore, made people’s dream appear under a certain form and specific condition, to keep their mind moving - a little yet important step of public mind. Eyedropper Fill created the Dreamscape Project under the exhibition titled “Intimate Politik” (2015) at Speedy Grandma, Bangkok, Thailand. We have spent over 3 months for doing research, reconstructing ideas, experimenting our project in the public, including evaluating ourselves. This project is an on-going process, so we will (re)invent a new way to explore a dreamscape of ordinary people. We like to hear the people say.