Anthem (2006, 35mm, 5 min.)
FAITH (2006, video, 11 min.)
Ghost of Asia (2005, video, 8:30 min.)
Worldly Desires (2005, video, 40 min.)
Luminous People (2007, video, 15:22 min.)
Internationally recognized for his work in experimental and narrative cinema including Mysterious Objects at Noon (2000), Blissfully Yours(2002), Tropical Malady (2004) and Syndromes and a Century (2006), Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s films explore perception, impermanence, and the imaginary, cultivating fanciful potential within the mundane. Urban, rural, and galactic locations accentuate the aloneness of man in his environment and isolation from others. Abstract interchanges in Weerasethakul’s film and video installations interrogate conventions of the dramatic narrative while exploring desire, reality, and a kind of melancholy perhaps peculiar to our times.