Ended 18 February 2017
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Kalwit Studio & Gallery

No Gravity Exhibition 

7 January - 18 February 2017 At Kalwit Studio&Gallery

Gallery hours: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Tuesday-Saturday

[Artists]
Teeratat Namkaew
Thanakorn Siriraks


We, people, have our own ways of life. Our stories and experiences are stored in the form of memory embedded in the mind similar to how books are kept in a massive library. Some are buried so deeply that they lose their original context. Since life has to move forward, there is no time to look back in the past. Influx of new information is changing the way people remember their past. However, for a brief moment when everything goes quiet, we will have some time to reflect on what is on our mind. This affects its function or strikes us to contemplate further within ourselves. To put it simply, this is when the stage of conscious is overridden by the subconscious to express images or stories that occurred in the midst of the past or present experiences or even in dreams that we are familiar with but we are still uncertain of its existence. Those images will be replaced by the new ones. The ones that are the merge between images from subconscious and the reality without any logic or reason from the real world. If the logic can be substituted by gravity, this situation is the zero gravity. Our repressed subconscious floats out freely from all the restrains and restrictions.

The exhibition “No Gravity” is created by Teeratat Namkaew and Thanakorn Siriraks, two artists who are passionate about mythology and surrealism. They are familiar with the works of surrealism so they have chosen oil paint to intensify the realism and the liberty of expression to the best of their ability. Teeratat presents the dream sequence together with experiences from daily life, which are randomly arranged within the subconscious. He believes that the piece will show the release of self from the gravity of reality. Thanakorn conveys the emotion that is propelled and circulated within the mind on the canvas. He did this by lessening the pigment and rigid surface. His brush strokes united with stage of the mind presents much more than just realistic style of painting.

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