Temporary Insanity

 

Pinaree Sanpitak, Temporary Insanity, 2004, (installation detail taken at Jim Thompson Art Center, Bangkok, 2004), Silk, synthetic fiber, battery, motor, propeller, sound device. Photo by Aroon Permpoonsopol, Courtesy of the artist and Tyler Rollins Fine Art.

Temporary Insanity

Presented by AMOA-Arthouse  |  The Jones Center
On view April 20–June 30, 2013

 

Insanely Good Lunch: A High Thai Experience

Saturday, May 4  |  1–3 pm  |  The Jones Center
 
Join us for a roof deck celebration with special guest artist Pinaree Sanpitak featuring locally-prepared Thai fare
inspired by her sculptures in the gallery. Tickets $15 / $10 members at amoa-arthouse.org/insanely-good-lunch

Co-presented by Edible Austin.
Sponsored by Jim Thompson, The Thai Silk Company.

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