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Date : 08 September 2022 - 30 September 2022
Location: Gallery, 3rd floor
By  Artistic students in the Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphics Arts, Silpakorn University.


The exhibition will show artworks by a group of senior-year artistic students in the Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphics Arts, Silpakorn University. The exhibition will be held from 8 - 30 September 2022, and the opening ceremony will run on 9 September 2022. The concept begins with an exploration and review of the perspective behind the artworks created during the COVID 19 pandemic. The inspiration for the ideas comes from the inconsequential aspects in the lives and well-being of artists, intimate people, and the general public in society.
The COVID 19 situation leads to the awareness of a variety of problems, including our own mistakes and long-hidden issues in the social structure. The embedded societal problems have emerged prominently, whether the problem of pollution in the city, social inequality, unemployment, and quality of life of the farmers. In addition, small business owners came to call out on the condition of these problems in public locations in Bangkok and other regions. It prompted the question to explore the artist's concept. "What kind of society are we living in?" and what are the common ideas or representations that appear? The idea is perhaps simply a fantasy, a reflection of society at one period, or an indicator of a human process in which the mind yearns for an unknown.

For more information, please contact
Pollawat Samidee
Mobile 084 791 5749
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