bangkok: inhabited hypercube

© daan botlek

hailing from rotterdam, urban artist daan botlek [1977] is generally known for bold murals that adorn façades across the planet. following his participation in a street festival in bangkok two years ago, botlek returns for a special solo exhibition at toot yung art center. opening there today, his inhabited hypercube show is presented in collab with the hub saidek, a non-profit organization based in chinatown, and dedicated to helping enrich the lives of homeless children. three of the gallery's spaces will feature a series of botlek’s latest works, all created during his three-month residency in the thai capital. these works include large-scale paintings on canvas, posters, silkscreen prints, and laser-cut art objects. a number of street wall paintings link the three spaces. and being linked to charity, the show also includes daily graffiti and hiphop workshops for the kids at the hub saidek [on through mar 22]. location: location: toot yung art center, 12/6 ekkamai soi 2 [sukhumvit].

© daan botlek