Coffee and Conversations with Pinaree Sanpitak



Thai conceptual artist Pinaree Sanpitak discussed her past practices, existing works, and her exploration of material at STPI. Revisiting one of her earliest sculptural materials—mulberry fibre, the artist used her iconic breast motif as a symbol of motherhood; examining the female form as a vessel of perception and a metaphor of the self.


Over the past twenty years, the artist’s work has been featured in numerous museums and major biennales across Asia, Europe and the United States. Her works are in the public collections of Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane; Fukuoka Asian Art Museum; and Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), among many others.