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Space Station,2023

How many worlds Are we at JIM Thopmson Art Center
BKK, Thailand
20 July - 29 October 23

The space station represents both a shelter for space travellers and a vehicle between the past and the future. It navigates a world where distance is relative to time and human progress continues further and further from the past each second. It speaks of memories that live on, leaving traces and holding a symbolic connection to be remembered in thoughts and in the ordinary objects passed down from one generation to the next. 

While this station serves as a centre of dreams and an ambitious pathway to discover a far-reaching meaning for humanity, simultaneously, it allows us to take pause and look back at where we came from through the vaguely familiar yet foreign shape of an unconventional future world where memories return us to our origin



Out of this World Exhibition

MOCA Museum of Contemporary Art

Exhibition Period: June 5 - July 10, 2022


Timeless trinity line,2022


Insignificant Meaningful

Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab, Taipei Taiwan

Exhibition Period: 4 October - 8 December 2019

Insignificant Meaningful

Esplanade Concourse, Singapore

Exhibition Period: 19 April - 14 July 2019

Article by Jirat Prasertsup

The ark of Torlarp Larpjaroensook
From his grandmother’s spiritual spaceship to a memory-filled Noah’s ark
The term “collage art” is frequently used to designate two-dimensional works of art, often a montage of photographs, paintings or drawings. For such a reason, Torlarp Larpjaroensook finds it an ill-adapted label when it comes to discussing his practice. However, if you mention to him the phrase “collage sculpture”, he will be more than pleased to talk you through his works, which involve the assemblage of miscellaneous objects and materials into three- dimensional structures.



Bangkok Art Biennale 2018

Spiritual Spaceship (installation) for Bangkok Art Biennale 2018

Exhibition Period: 19 October 2018 - 3 February 2019


“I - solated Beings”  (installation)  at  Subhashok The Arts Centre,  Bangkok, Thailand
Exhibition Period :17 March – 22 April 2018

The U.S.O., also known as the Unidentified Standing Object, was converted from an old water tank. It is habitable and is able to be transported into new environments to create connections and share its experience in relations to the surrounding. Its identity is defined by the context and environment it is located: it may be referred to as a tent in the middle of the woods; a temporary shelter for a construction site; a sculpture inside an art gallery; or it could simply be an old, abandoned water tank from an apartment, depending on how the viewers place its values.


Naturally, as humans, we all need ‘safety’.

Beyond the skin that envelope and the clothes that wrap us, we build shelter to protect ourselves from danger.


We all have our own world, beliefs and dreams. The outlook of the U.S.O. may seem like a strange object as though it came from another planet, yet at the same time it builds a new experience and connecting its alienated self and the personal space (inside the U.S.O.) with the public space (outside of the U.S.O.).

“We are each other’s aliens”, therefore differences are not the things to be feared of.



This project begins with combination of ideas, firstly the idea that related to climate similarity between countries are located in tropical world zone. Secondly, the idea of new experimenting paint which affected by natural cause.
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Artist is just a part of painting process because completion of art relies on uncontrollable natural phenomenon as well. We, as human nature, are all shar- ing the same climate even though reside in different country. The thing such a border line would in fact be illusion, as we are all facing terror of those uncon- trollable natural phenomenon.

Technique: By using whether chart of tropical world zone during storm period as a painting outline then bending steel wired along those lines on the can- vases. The paintings are left outdoor for the Sun, air, rain and other natural phenomenon to oxidize those wires and give a result with new rusty image that effect on the existed colors.

The journey of switchhead


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History - Bestto Boy is a switch light, made in an 
eletronic factory located in the suburb area of Osaka.
One day, the factory was hit by a big thunder storm .
After that, Bestto boy and his brother were splashed away. 
Present-Bestto Boy is resurrected. He was again found in an 
eletrical supply shop in Chiang Mai - Hang Dong Road,
Chiang Mai,Thailand 
Sine then,Bestto boy has the phobia for thunder.
Bestto like fishes but scared of water.
Bestto Boy is confused whether he is AC or DC.


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2023 -  Endless Memory at Chini Gallery , Taipei, Taiwan

2022 - “Timeless Path” at ART Space by MOCA Bangkok at Four Seasons,     Bangkok Thailand

2019 - ”Insignificant Meaningful“ at Esplanade - Theaters on the Bay, Singapore

2015 - “The Journey of Switchhead: Hidden Lab” (installation) at Siam Center,
     Bangkok, Thailand

2015 - “The Journey of Switchhead: Send Mom to The Moon” (installation)

            at Gallery Seescape, Chiang Mai, Thailand

2014 - “No dinning together” (installation) at Gallery Seescape, Chiang Mai, Thailand

2013 - “Live there life here” (installation) at Koganecho Bazaar,
            Yokohama, Japan

         - “Live there life here” (installation) at Gallery Seescape, Chiang Mai, Thailand

2012 - “In Progress” (installation) at Richard Koh Fine Art Gallery, Singapore

2011 - “Bookshelf” (installation) at 8Q Singapore Art Museum, Singapore

            (Collection of Singapore Art Museum)

2010 - “Place it there” (painting), solo exhibition at Bo{ok}hemian Art

            Space, Phuket, Thailand

2009 - “Fix2” (painting) at Gallery Seescape, Chiang Mai, Thailand

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2023   -  “How many worlds are we”Jimthompson art center , Bangkok, Thailand

2023    - “ART FOR AIR”, Chiang Mai, Thailand

2022   - “Out of this World” at MOCA Museum of Contemporary Art, Bangkok, Thailand

2021    - “BOBA project”, Tainan, Taiwan

2021    - “ART FOR AIR”, Chiang Mai, Thailand

2020   - “Dispersion and Convergence: The 3rd Global Overseas Chinese Artist  
       Exhibition” at  He Xiangning Art Museum, Shenzhen, Guangdong, China

2019    - “Art Kaohsiung”, Kaohsiung, Taiwan

2019      - ”City Flip-Flop“ at Taiwan Contemporary Culture Lab (C-LAB), Taipei, Taiwan

           - ”Metaphorical Landscapes“ at Baan Tuek Art Center, Chiang Mai, Thailand

2018      - “Bangkok Art Biennale 2018“, Bangkok, Thailand

2018      - “I – solated Beings” (installation) at S.A.C Subhashok The Arts Centre,
      Bangkok, Thailand

2017      - “Life of Objects” (installation) at ADM Gallery, School of Art, Design and Media,   

              Nanyang Technology University, Singapore

       - “Man & God” (Installation) at Tribes Community, Bangkok, Thailand

2016      - “Tracing the Post - An Insight into Thai contemporary art scene” (installation) at
      nca (Nichido Contemporary Art), Tokyo, Japan

2015      - “Tropikos” at HOF Art Space, Bangkok, Thailand

2014      - “Medium at Large” at SAM:  Singapore Art Museum, Singapore

- “Chiang Mai Design Week” Chiang Mai, Thailand

- “Hotel Art Fair 2014” at LUXX hotel, Bangkok, Thailand

2013      - “We-Low Gallery” by NARA Yoshitomo + MORIKITA Shin + AOKI Kazuhiro +

    ISHIDA Shiori + SAKAI Yumeko at Aichi Triennale 2013, Nagoya, Japan

- “Phamacide Arts” at Bangkok Art and Culture Center, Bangkok, Thailand

2012      - “80 YEARS 2475: Don’t talk the Truth of an Uncertainly Dream”

   Gallery Seescape in corroborate with VER Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

- “Northern light” at Arteral, Sydney, Australia

- “20 kilos project” (session 2) at Artspace MITE-Ugro, Gwanju, South Korea

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