Spir­i­tual Gath­er­ing

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The open­ing of this art se­ries was a din­ner un­like oth­ers

To cel­e­brate the open­ing of Ghost:2561 artist Ko­rakrit Arunanond­chai, cu­ra­tor of the in­au­gu­ral edi­tion of Ghost—a tri­en­nial video and per­for­mance art se­ries—to­gether with Akapol Su­dasna (founder of Open Field), Chomwan Weer­a­worawit, Boyy’s Wan­nasiri Kong­man and Jesse Dorsey and Garage mag­a­zine co-hosted a din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence at the orig­i­nal Coca Su­ra­wongse. The Stan­dard Ho­tel’s An­gela Di­mayuga, Sa­muay & Sons’ Num Weer­awat Triyase­nawat and Coca’s Pitaya Phan­phen­sophon joined forces in cre­at­ing an oth­er­worldly ban­quet re­sem­bling a su­perb of­fer­ing to gods and an­ces­tors. Im­mersed into an elu­sive myth­i­cal space of fu­tur­is­tic ba­nana trees and neon­lit chan­de­liers Ghost:2561’s part­ners and sup­port­ers, artists, col­lec­tors, cu­ra­tors and friends from all over the world dined and then danced the night away to tunes by Paulie Sirisant and drinks by Stoli and PB Val­ley Khao Yai Win­ery.

Sak­son Rouypirom and Philip Huang

A shrimp “sculp­ture” for the shrimp cock­tail by An­gela Di­mayuga

Natalie and Pitaya Phan­pen­sophon

Paulie Sirisant spin­ning the discs

Barom Bhicharn­chitr

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