Frequenting Ley Lines

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Ended 24 May 2015
Free
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Frequenting Ley Lines, an art exhibition by Hannah Theodorou. The exhibition consists of line drawings and other mixed media. An illustration and manifestation of memories concerning crossing boarders and interacting with ley lines.

Artists Brief: My name is Hannah Theodoorou, an artist from London with a background in architecture at Greenwich University. I have worked for various design companies and my last position was project manager for a small development company. I have exhibited original pieces from my portfolio in various gallery spaces around London. (Here are some examples of previous projects).
 
I will be holding my first solo art exhibition Frequenting Ley Lines  here in Bangkok. I have created a series consisting of drawings, paintings, sculpture and tapestries using a wide variety of materials and techniques. 

Ley Lines are a geographical reference to a point in which places of significance and energy are aligned. Inspired by recollections of the encounters with people and my experiences of a place, I began to web and weave the transient nature of reality and dreams. Frequenting Ley Lines is the merging point in which memories of reality and fantasy meet.
 
The exhibition will open on the 25th April. It will be held at Chomp a diverse cafe and exhibition space which hosts different art events each month including regular weekly events too.

We hope to see you there for the opening night - DJs, Drink promotions, buffet and more

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Thanon Lamphu Sam Sen Soi 1 Bangkok, Thailand 10200

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