Aracha Cholitgul 

Aracha Cholitgul (b.1988) lives and works in Bangkok, Thailand. She has been writing, drawing, painting, and telling stories relating to obscure feelings with different mediums. Cholitgul has high myopia since she was young (her mother took her to see an eye doctor because she always walked into things.) Thus, the idea of blurriness and uncertainty interests her. In her works, Cholitgul explores human emotions through personal stories. She likes to analyze the process of thoughts and the possibilities of what can happen in the mental sphere. Cholitgul also likes to touch things by hand, and her works always leave a trace of physical touch or some sense of intimacy. (She has the habit of touching other people's artworks, but she is working on that.) Cholitgul likes to write in a simple language, maybe because her range of vocabulary is quite limited.


2010  BFA Creative Arts (Ceramics), Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts, Chulalongkorn University,

Bangkok, Thailand


2021  The Study of A Long Distance Relationship, NOVA CONTEMPORARY, Bangkok,


2018  Museum of The Swamp of Eels, NOVA CONTEMPORARY, Bangkok, Thailand

(as a part of Brandnew Art Project 2017, curated by Haymann Oo)


2020  They Have Brought Erasers With Them, A+ Works of Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia,

curated by Dusadee Huntrakul

2019  Long March Project: The Deficit Faction, Long March Space, Beijing, China

Rikuzentakata Artist in Residence Program exhibition, former Yokota Elementary School,

Rikuzentakata, Iwate, Japan

2018  The shape of the invisible, the rhythm of the unspeakable, the dimension of humanity

Yelo House, Bangkok, Thailand, curated by Margaret Wu 

Blind Dates Rennes - Bangkok 

Ferme de Quincé, Rennes, France (as a part of Bangkok Biannial 2018)

2012  Speedy Grandma Gallery & Exhibition Launch, Speedy Grandma Gallery, Bangkok,



2020  Next Door to The Museum, Jeju Island, South Korea (online)

2019  Rikuzentakata Artist Residency, Rikuzentakata, Iwate, Japan 


2017  Brand New Art Project


2019  Solo booth, Art021 Shanghai Contemporary Art Fair, Shanghai, China

2019  Art Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia


2019  The Last Two Digits, a Thai lottery drawing event, graw böckler garage, Berlin, Germany 


2021  Myopia’s Love Life, an artist book

2019  KIRTI, KIRTI project by Hunter Panther Deerfield

The Habit of Touching Other People’s Artwork, LAY IT ON THICK issue oo 

2018  The Book of Enlightenment - Limits, an artist book

2018  Museum of The Swamp of Eels, an artist book 

2017  That Obscure, Useless Thing, an artist book


2019  ‘On Removing a Splinter and Understanding Limits’, Long March Space, Beijing, China

2018  Data / Storytelling & Book Workshop, Bangkok Citycity Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand


Represented by  NOVA CONTEMPORARY, Bangkok, Thailand

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