Born in Thailand, Wasin Tirawattanwanich landed in Baltimore, United States in 2018. He’s received the Master degree in Photographic and electronic media at MICA. With multidisciplinary mediums, he works on analog photographs, projection mapping and 3D videos. By gazing through self-identification, his works cast doubts on the relationship of his surrounding and social critiques in infrastructures violences, how urban shapes influence peoples’ mind and what are unknown behind grids.
It is hard to see what may come on the other side of the bridge. These installation sequences mimic a movement of surveillance cameras, slowly panning, deliberately focusing, or even blinking, like the eye of the urban body. Two videos overlay as a reflection of a physical convex mirror and virtual reality media. The artist casts doubt on a politic of infrastructure violence, outsider experiences that remain in the blind spot.