Glass Photography Exhibition

RMA Institute -

Ended 21 March 2015
Free
RMA Institute

RMA Institute is very pleased to announce a solo exhibition by Jane Nattapa Kamonsawedkun
There are two types of people in the world: realists and dreamers. Realists face reality squarely as it is. Dreamers, on the other hand, seek release from reality by believing in the imaginary. I am a dreamer, and this exhibition is the product of my release from reality. 
"Glass," in essence, is a work based on fantasy. It is about the fantasy which I created with my imagination; a fantasy which I created through the "looking glass" of my camera. Photography allows me to alter my visions and to see and create things that otherwise I wouldn't be able to achieve normally.
For me, "Glass" represents my struggle with the feeling of being trapped in the melancholy state of the real world. "Glass" captures that glimpse of fantasy in an otherwise mundane world, and let's me escape into it. In other words, my imagination becomes my escape valve. 
Above all, "Glass" is the reflection of being a dreamer in a realistic world.

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238 Soi Sainamthip 2 Sukhumvit 22 Road Klongtoey Bangkok 10110

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RMA Institute
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238 Soi Sainamthip 2 Sukhumvit 22 Road Klongtoey Bangkok 10110

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