PANUWAT SITHEECHOKE, MIND BONDAGE

The #asianserie is still going on and today we are talking about middle-career and promising Thai contemporary artist that I saw the exhibition in Bangkok.

“Mind bondage” reveals the structural bond between body and mind. It is the structural circumstance of human that reacts in a restraining manner and builds the bondage imprisioning the freedom in the soul of human beings. Even oneself can’t stop this occurrence from the endless hunger. So, it makes us depressed and aggressive in reactions. If a human accepts himself from any body’s bondage and probably finds his real self.
In addiction, the materials used in this artwork affect the art expression into two-dimentional visual art. His interest is focused in the characteristics of wood – the living material that once was a small seed growing up by the earth, water, air and environment. The wood characters of each annual ring are different in its hardness. The expression on the texture left on the wood after carving, grating and pressing the ink on the wood reflects the traces of corroding the outer surface leaving the intense depression of the bondage between body and soul.

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