The general ignorance towards discrimination and alienation in our society is the subject matter for an exhibition titled “Phantoms And Aliens | The Invisible Other (Chapter 1)” which is being held at Richard Koh Projects until March 28.

The exhibition features documentaries, photography, oral history, paintings, mixed-media works, and video installations by Thai female artist Ampannee Satoh which explore another subtler dimension of invisibility alongside otherworldly beings — the social invisibility of discrimination and alienation.

A highlight of the exhibition is Without Lightness, a video installation from Ampannee’s Lost Motherland series, which was shot while she was on board a fisherman’s boat on a routine fishing trip at night along the shores of Pattani where many Rohingya seek refuge from war-torn Myanmar.