Fond Worapoj Inlao (b.1988) is a MA Thai student, who has a background
in documentary filmmaking and activism. He came to Vicca with an aim to extend his artistic practice in which the definition of “art” can be self-redefined. During two years in vicca, he spent time tackling the issue of the dominant relationship between human and non human animal, cultural constraint and consumerism by utilising culture jamming and different social-cultural practices as his artistic tools.
He was working as lecturer at Digital Media and Cinematic Art, Bangkok
University and simultaneously was part of the small animal rights movement in Thailand. Currently, he is focusing on how to communicate with “biopower” in the bio-capitalistic education setting as his graduation project.
I find myself situated between the area of artivist and social practitioner. Cultural domains are my artistic material in which I tend to cut, rearrange, replace and recontextualise with an aim to open up what is overlooked in our society. I see our modern society is covered by many invisible and intangible entities that make people become mechanical tools and servants rather than workers. My mission is to project “imperceptible visibilities” by holding the lense of non-anthropocentrism and politics of equivalence.