In this deeply personal photographic exhibition, Thanphuying Mai (Sirikitiya Jensen) —walking in the footsteps of King Chulalongkorn—explores the potential of nature in forging ancestral connections that traverse both time and space. Towards the end of his life, King Chulalongkorn spent one month traveling across Norway in what his descendent believes to have been a profoundly impacting journey.
Through a close reading of letters to his daughter, Princess Nibha Nopadol, and an examination of the King’s own photos, Thanphuying Mai traces the wild landscapes that he recounted so wondrously.
Despite the one hundred years between their journeys, the vastness of the Norwegian landscape—and its powerful, mythological quality—humbles its visitors and sparks within them existential contemplation on their present, and their future. Exhibited at the landmark, nineteenth-century Customs House (Bangkok), this project is an initiative of the Royal Thai Embassy, Oslo (Norway)
How to access the exhibition “Hundred Years Between”
For safety reason, only 20 visitors are permitted per session, please follow these instructions.
- Online register at www.zipeventapp.com/e/Hundred-Years-Between
1-5 February 2020, the exhibition starts from 11.00 – 20.30
6-9 February 2020, the exhibition starts from 11.00 – 21.30
- Please collect your ticket 15 minutes before your booking time.
- The exhibition is suited on 3 floors, please prepare 30 minutes to enjoy the exhibition.
*Please collect your ticket 15 minutes before your booking time, we reserved the rights to postpone your booking time if you are late.
*We do welcome non-registered visitors but we reserved the rights for pre-registrations first.