A look at art curation behind Wonderfruit


At Thailand’s annual Wonderfruit festival, the sustainability-centred lineup wouldn’t be the same without an immersive selection of art, installations, and architecture to create a weekend for all the senses.

Nikan “Bow” Wasinondh, the Head of Arts and Architecture for Wonderfruit, leads a tour of The Fields in Chonburi – the site of the annual music and arts festival, where the fruits of her curatorial labor shape the tropical surroundings.
Bow shares her insight and collaborations with local artists who have brought a colorful collection of multi-disciplinary art and art installations to life, with sustainability at its core.
We zoom in on three different installations, each exploring sustainability through the lenses of space, spirit, and soul.

For the artists, the installations stand on their own.
For the Wonderers visiting the festival, each piece forms part of a weekend-long experience.
Bow reflects on the future of art and art installations, and her journey forward as an art curator in the sustainability landscape.


Written & Directed by Puangsoi Aksornsawang

Produced by Pom Bunsermvicha & Tanwarat Sombatwattana

Director of Photography Pasit Tandaechanurat

Assistant Director Kantapat Putthasuwan

1st Assistant Camera Nattapat Pouriyapan

2nd Assistant Camera Burapha Kittichaideychawat

Sound Recordist Supat Kittawornrat

DIT Phada Promsrida

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Editor Wachrakorn Thaweesab

Post-Producer Somrudee Rojjanasatitsopon

Colourist Natnicha Suwanprapa

Digital Conform Sorawee Srisawat

Location Wonderfruit Fields, Pattaya, Chonburi

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Project Managers Lapatrada Srisman & Tanika Wyachai