Be Pattanopas

Department of Industrial Design

Faculty of Architecture

Chulalongkorn University

Cirriculum Vitae
Takerng Be Pattanopas

Home: Nantasiri Serviced Apartment Jatujak, Bangkok 10900 Tel./Fax. 5132696
Work: Department of Industrial Design, Faculty of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University, Payathai Road, Bangkok 10330
1987 Bachelor of Industrial Design (Honoured), Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.
1996 Master of Arts in Ceramics, with distinction. University of Wales, Cardiff, Wales, UK.
2000 PhD University of Gloucestershire, Cheltenham, UK.
2000-present Lecturer, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok.
2000. Researcher in Fine Art, Cheltenham and Gloucester CHE, UK
1996. Freelance copywirter.
1994. Designer, Nature's Touch, Bangkok.
1992. Copywriter, LeoBurnett - Thailand.
1988. Copywriter, DDB Needham Worldwide, Bangkok.
1985-1987 Copywriter, Feather & Stone Advertising, Bangkok.
1986 Best Student's Advertising Campaign, Poo-jad-karn Magaine.
1990 Best Print Advertising, TACT Awards, Best Print Campaign, TACT Awards
1992 BAD Award for Best Creative Print Campaign, Bangkok Art Director's Association. BAD Award for Best Copywriting for Print Advertising.
1994 -2000 Research Scholarship from the Royal Thai Government.
1998 Award for excellent research progress, University of Gloucestershire, UK.
Publications/Conference Papers/Exhibitions
1995 -'Anienated Species: A Study of Animal Representations in Contemporary Visual Culture', presented at the annual research seminar in fine art at University of Wales.
1996 -Fine Art Researchers' Exhibition, an art exhibition at Pittville Gallery, Cheltenham, UK.
-'Space in Sculpture since 1945', presented at Network 1, a conference of PhD Research in Fine Art in the universities in Southwest England.
1997 -'Fragmented Heads-Fragmented Identities', presented at Network 2, a conference of PhD Research in Fine Art in the universities in Southwest England.
-'Mass and Space in Sculpture: A comparative study of figuratives sculptures in Greco-Roman and Southeast Asian traditions, presented at Cheltenham & Gloucester's Research Summer School in Turkey, Dalyan, Turkey.
1999 The animation of space through light as a representation of the human body - a case of an empirical approach in studio research', presented at Matrix 4, an international conference in studio research at Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design, the London Institute, UK. The same paper is published by the Letheby/Saint Martins Press in the book titled 'Matrix 4' in 2000.
2000 -Space animated by light as a representation of the human body', a PhD dissertation (available as microfilm through the British Library).
Updated : 1/01/2001


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