The Will to Remember
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For decades, memories of the 6 October 1976 massacre remained foggy in Thai people. Under strict control of the military government, the narrative of national history has been fabricated, the massacre unmentioned in classroom or textbook, the younger generation has never seen, remembered or learned about them. Memories and history of the massacre stay largely only in the shadows.
The Will to Remember, the photography series working with an ancient Japanese art of repairing ceramics Kintsugi to restore the hidden memories of the 6 October massacre together with telling story about the connection of the 6 October massacre leading to the current youth generation protest movement determine to ‘let it end in our generation’.
The project was produced in the frame of Prince Claus Fund Partnership Network Program June-October 2021. Mentored byEmin Özmen/Magnum Photos and Cloé Kerhoas.
The program was implemented by Tbilisi Photo Festival in a partnership with Tbilisi Photography & Multimedia Museum funded by Prince Claus Fund within the Partnership Network Grant Program.
© Charinthorn Rachurutchata