My work originates from my religious beliefs. My sculptures represent consciousness and concentration, core aspects of meditative practices; forming the body in a state of balance through focusing on what is happening in the present time, which is the path to the Cessation of Suffering. Found objects, art, and non-art materials are employed to create tension and maintain balance through the assemblage and installation of my art.
I see the process of making my work as the practice of meditation. It requires the same patience and dedication through balancing small, fragile pieces to form large-scale sculptures. The structural form in my work reflects the creation of identity; being mindful, conscious and aware, growing up, and regarding oneself. The instability of my sculptures is the truth of life: arising, sustaining and falling.
I do not feel restricted to any particular form. I feel this way of working allows my work to evolve with me, free from restriction. I believe that every theory and artifact is formed and developed by humans, for humans. What defines us as humans is our self-awareness, spiritual curiosity, and philosophical musings, that is why this concept is important to me.
I feel that this concept will give voice to ideas in which I try to unite my culture to contemporary art. I believe that this project can reach a large and diverse audience, and will challenge people’s notions of difference and equality.
2016 - 2018
- Master of Fine Art in Contemporary Art Practice
The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
2012 - 2016
- Bachelor of Fine Art in Visual Arts
Department of Graphic Arts (Screenprint)
Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts
Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
- "Fans, Vampires, Trolls, Masters", Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh, UK
- "VIA Festival" Art Crawl, The Number Shop Studio & Gallery, Edinburgh, UK
- "SEARCH", PSG Art Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
- "Cubic Museum", Satellite Gallery, Nagoya, Japan
- "PARP-PIM", Printmaking Exhibition by 56 artists, Kal-wit Studio & Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
- "Print in Angkor Wat", Printmaking Exhibition, Krung Thai Art Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
- "Child Clay Child Play" Ceramics Exhibition, Tao Hong Tai, Ratchaburi, Thailand
- "Little Big Prints" Miniprint Exhibition, PSG Art Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
Grants & Awards
- Silver Medal Award, The 33rd Exhibition of Contemporary Art by Young Artists, Thailand
- Special Award, The 32nd Exhibition of Contemporary Art by Young Artists, Thailand
- Selected Entry, The 10th National Youth and Juvenile Art Exhibition, Thailand
- Selected Entry, The 31st Exhibition of Contemporary Art by Young Artists, Thailand