Oneness

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Ended 06 September 2016
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S Gallery announce their new opening in honor of Thai Artist Khun Sarawut Yasamut.

Come join for the cocktail opening of "Oneness" the 21st of June. The press conference will be held at 6:30pm and the opening ceremony will start at 6:00pm.

Oneness 

The way of life of human beings in modern society has become so undeniably intertwined with technology media that it now plays an ever more significant role in our everyday life. Thanks to the advancement of the Internet, we now live in a boundaryless and globalised world in which people in different parts of the globe are able to connect with each other easily through a new online platform called “social media”. Suddenly it’s now possible to talk to anybody anytime we want. Given the increasingly blurred boundary between the real world and the virtual world, many of us find it hard to avoid the trappings of the digital age like information overload, which could be uncontrollable at times. It looks as if this formless and intangible online world kept pulling our souls in. But it’s true that some people have derived greater happiness from it than the real world even. 
Titled “Oneness”, this art exhibition is a perfect fusion of online and real worlds. It is also a virtual representation of oneness with emotions and feelings. This virtual sphere is a reflection of human feelings. These days more and more people gravitate towards the virtual realm than the real world itself. The point is those around us in the physical world cannot tickle our fancy the way the denizens of the virtual world can. The virtual experience is like a retreat from reality into a world of delusion in which it’s easy to forget our appropriate real-world role as human beings for a while. 
Every time we want to express ourselves or convey our inner feelings, we always log onto the Internet and take pleasure in the virtual world. Our feelings as expressed on social media might be real or unreal on occasion because it is highly likely that we will allow our online expressions to be so coloured by our personal feelings and thoughts that it is impossible to tell the difference between real and unreal. Regardless, the virtual world provides an avenue for the expression of self-identity of the electronic generation in our society these days. 
Through this exhibition, I would like to show the transformation of my emotions and feelings as a result of my obsession with online media. I have expressed my feelings through a collection of oil paintings in a frenzy of swift and powerful brush strokes to depict the state of my emotions and feelings at different points in time. 

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189 Sukhumvit Road Soi 13-15 Klongtoey Nua, Wattana Bangkok, Thailand

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