Activities/Superchannel / Supereukabeuk TV, Chiang Mai Museum


10 Apr Development

Superchannel / Supereukabeuk TV, Chiang Mai Museum
Photo: Superflex
Uthit, director of CMU Art Center, together with a group of others, including Kamin, has been experimenting for several years now with “Eukabeuk”, a self-made definition for art and cultural activities. These experiments are often organised as open platforms for participation and exchange, e.g., opening a marketplace, an open air theatre/film site, midnight debates at local universities, etc. Uthit is interested in offering an independent media production facility for organisations in Chiang Mai, and SUPERFLEX agreed to open a channel/studio in the museum. The first three months were used to present various craftsmen, cultures and indigenous groups.
The studio design was by SUPERFLEX: 3 mobile wooden platforms measuring 300 x 300 cm (black, orange, white), the walls and floor covered with bamboo mats. T-shirts were produced with the logo of the SUPEREUKABEUK channel printed on top of locally sold T-shirts with images of popular figures or Thai icons such as Che Guevara, Thai elephants, Osama bin Laden, the King of Thailand, and so on.

Related tools

We use cookies.
That's ok!
What? Why?