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What is a Point.


What is a Point.


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 Drawing with  Gongkan   พบกับศิลปิน Illustrator สุดฮอต ที่มีผลงานร่วมกับแบรนด์ดังมากมายทั้งในไทยและนิวยอร์ก  Kantapon Metheekul’s creativity extends from advertising to digital art and to fine arts. Kantapon finds inspiration for his hand-drawn illustrations in everyday life, fashion, and people.

Drawing with Gongkan

พบกับศิลปิน Illustrator สุดฮอต ที่มีผลงานร่วมกับแบรนด์ดังมากมายทั้งในไทยและนิวยอร์ก

Kantapon Metheekul’s creativity extends from advertising to digital art and to fine arts. Kantapon finds inspiration for his hand-drawn illustrations in everyday life, fashion, and people.

 DRAWING  Yozanun Suntur Wutigonsombutkul 1989, Born in Bangkok, Thailand  Suntur graduated from Silpakorn University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. Before claiming himself as a full-time artist, Suntur worked as a creative in the advertising industry from 2010 to 2015.  His practice ranges from illustration for books, magazines, posters, products packaging, installations, clothing and visual art.

DRAWING

Yozanun Suntur Wutigonsombutkul
1989, Born in Bangkok, Thailand

Suntur graduated from Silpakorn University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. Before claiming himself as a full-time artist, Suntur worked as a creative in the advertising industry from 2010 to 2015.

His practice ranges from illustration for books, magazines, posters, products packaging, installations, clothing and visual art.

 . o .  Is an interactive installation work that will make you question: what is a point? Nara Thada  พบกับ Nara Thada ศิลปินและสถาปนิก กับผลงาน . o . ที่ชวนให้คุณได้สัมผัส, มอง, และค้นหาคำตอบว่า "What is a Point."

. o . 
Is an interactive installation work that will make you question: what is a point?
Nara Thada

พบกับ Nara Thada ศิลปินและสถาปนิก กับผลงาน . o . ที่ชวนให้คุณได้สัมผัส, มอง, และค้นหาคำตอบว่า "What is a Point."

 Point of the Fs (Point of Fun, Fashion ,and Fabulous) Point of the Fs เป็นจุดที่ทำให้เราย้อนกลับไปคิดถึงจุดเริ่มต้นของเราที่มานิวยอร์ก เราเลือกเมืองนี้เพราะเป็นเมืองแห่งแฟชั่น นั่นคือสิ่งที่เราหลงใหล เราจึงอยากนำเสนอความเป็นตัวเองที่แท้จริงของเราออกมาผ่านงานแสดงครั้งนี้ด้วยแฟชั่นที่สนุกสนาน ด้วยลวดลาย polkadots และสีสันสดใส ให้ทุกคนได้ใส่และเบิกบานไปด้วยกัน  -รติ.

Point of the Fs
(Point of Fun, Fashion ,and Fabulous)
Point of the Fs เป็นจุดที่ทำให้เราย้อนกลับไปคิดถึงจุดเริ่มต้นของเราที่มานิวยอร์ก เราเลือกเมืองนี้เพราะเป็นเมืองแห่งแฟชั่น นั่นคือสิ่งที่เราหลงใหล เราจึงอยากนำเสนอความเป็นตัวเองที่แท้จริงของเราออกมาผ่านงานแสดงครั้งนี้ด้วยแฟชั่นที่สนุกสนาน ด้วยลวดลาย polkadots และสีสันสดใส ให้ทุกคนได้ใส่และเบิกบานไปด้วยกัน

-รติ.

 Robert Fan (Taiwan) Robert Fan is a visual artist from Taiwan. Fan specializes in experimental films that play with non-linear narratives.  Suthidee Best Piyayothin (Thailand) Suthidee Piyayothin is currently collaborating with Robert Fan on the project "Readjusted Scenery". Inspired by the Thai-Chinese and Taiwanese backgrounds of Piyayothin and Fan and the scenes of visual culture and contemporary art in those respective countries, the work points to the different circumstances of visual cultural and colonial histories and how these ideas shape the way the artists experience the American cultural landscape.  Suthidee Best Piyayothin & Robert Fan

Robert Fan (Taiwan)
Robert Fan is a visual artist from Taiwan. Fan specializes in experimental films that play with non-linear narratives.

Suthidee Best Piyayothin (Thailand)
Suthidee Piyayothin is currently collaborating with Robert Fan on the project "Readjusted Scenery". Inspired by the Thai-Chinese and Taiwanese backgrounds of Piyayothin and Fan and the scenes of visual culture and contemporary art in those respective countries, the work points to the different circumstances of visual cultural and colonial histories and how these ideas shape the way the artists experience the American cultural landscape.

Suthidee Best Piyayothin & Robert Fan

 Project 33 By Zac Peeradon & Tum Thachphong โปรเจค 33 คือการสร้างสรรค์ผลงานศิลปะในสถานการณ์และสิ่งแวดล้อมที่เกิดขึ้น ณ ขณะนั้น กระบวนการสร้างผลงานแบบปัจจุบันทันด่วน เหมือนการสังสรรค์ แลกเปลี่ยนสนทนาเพื่อสร้างมิตรภาพระหว่างบุคคล  Project 33 is a situationist project that positions the artists to react against the immediate psychological and physical environment. Naturally, the work revolves around the simultaneity of human communication.

Project 33
By Zac Peeradon & Tum Thachphong
โปรเจค 33 คือการสร้างสรรค์ผลงานศิลปะในสถานการณ์และสิ่งแวดล้อมที่เกิดขึ้น ณ ขณะนั้น กระบวนการสร้างผลงานแบบปัจจุบันทันด่วน เหมือนการสังสรรค์ แลกเปลี่ยนสนทนาเพื่อสร้างมิตรภาพระหว่างบุคคล

Project 33 is a situationist project that positions the artists to react against the immediate psychological and physical environment. Naturally, the work revolves around the simultaneity of human communication.

 Ermione is a former exhibition designer who became an illustration artist when she came to New York.  She began drawing when she was a child. Back then, strongly inspired by Japanese cartoon, she dreamed of being an artist. She left behind that dream when she was growing up since artist is not a very popular career in Thailand, especially cartoon artist. And then with a great opportunity , she flew to New York city and found that she could successfully be and do anything she wanted if her intention was strong enough. This is the point that changed her life forever.

Ermione is a former exhibition designer who became an illustration artist when she came to New York.

She began drawing when she was a child. Back then, strongly inspired by Japanese cartoon, she dreamed of being an artist. She left behind that dream when she was growing up since artist is not a very popular career in Thailand, especially cartoon artist. And then with a great opportunity , she flew to New York city and found that she could successfully be and do anything she wanted if her intention was strong enough. This is the point that changed her life forever.

 Niratchara Nira Wattanachote  "Points are bridges."  Wattanachote’s work is an installation consisting of crafted paper cut-outs, pinned between the crease of a wall separation. The paper cut-outs bridge the differences between the two surfaces, evoking multiple models of duality. The natural form of paper is pierced through by bronze nails, a manmade materiality, yet the forms' coexistence is dependent on each other. Other instances of duality are that of: the naturalism of the paper cut-outs versus the solidity of the wall surface, the work of art versus the installation site, or that of the speculated artist and the speculative viewer.

Niratchara Nira Wattanachote

"Points are bridges."

Wattanachote’s work is an installation consisting of crafted paper cut-outs, pinned between the crease of a wall separation. The paper cut-outs bridge the differences between the two surfaces, evoking multiple models of duality. The natural form of paper is pierced through by bronze nails, a manmade materiality, yet the forms' coexistence is dependent on each other. Other instances of duality are that of: the naturalism of the paper cut-outs versus the solidity of the wall surface, the work of art versus the installation site, or that of the speculated artist and the speculative viewer.

 ypewriter Art: Nutthawut Siridejchai  Nutthawut Siridejchai is a typewriter artist. Working exclusively with the typewriter, Siridejchai explores how constraints can lead to more sophisticated developments of forms and ideas.

ypewriter Art: Nutthawut Siridejchai

Nutthawut Siridejchai is a typewriter artist. Working exclusively with the typewriter, Siridejchai explores how constraints can lead to more sophisticated developments of forms and ideas.

 Meet & Greet :  Nelson S. Howe   Meet Nelson Howe and his latest book, "My Adventures in Bangkok." at "What is a Point."

Meet & Greet : Nelson S. Howe

Meet Nelson Howe and his latest book, "My Adventures in Bangkok." at "What is a Point."

 "Full Stop." By  Jay's Paper  (Suphitcha Donsrichan)  New Year is a great time for everyone to set a new start for their many new things in life. Many traditional Thais enjoy going to the temple for new year's merit making with their family and friends that somehow this mass crowd, in the other hands, demolished the calmness and peaceful of the temple which is actually the exact core values of Buddhism temple itself.  Using fluxus aesthetic with a twist of Buddhist traditional ways of new year's merit making, the artist invites the public to write their own stories in the past that they thought as a bad luck and wanted to let go in the providing space. In this strange facsimile street temple, Jan addressed the problem of finding inner peace in this mad age of technology between the landscape of reality and fiction.  --------- Suphitcha Donsrichan (°1986, Bangkok, Thailand) makes drawing, photo, installation, gif art and mixed media artworks. Her work is built on applying her experiences on everyday objects to devise narratives that link between fiction and reality.  By exploring the concept of landscape in a nostalgic way in witch fiction and reality meet, well-known tropes merge and meanings shift with past and present fuse, Suphitcha plays and explores on a fragile link between visible and invisible reality that imagined by its conceiver. Her work employs poetic metaphors that comment on broader social issues and universal human emotions and desires. Suphitcha had her first mini solo exhibition - Unwrapped - at Sugar Club art space in May 2016 and now continue working on her Wordplay project. She currently lives and works in New York.

"Full Stop."
By Jay's Paper
(Suphitcha Donsrichan)

New Year is a great time for everyone to set a new start for their many new things in life. Many traditional Thais enjoy going to the temple for new year's merit making with their family and friends that somehow this mass crowd, in the other hands, demolished the calmness and peaceful of the temple which is actually the exact core values of Buddhism temple itself.

Using fluxus aesthetic with a twist of Buddhist traditional ways of new year's merit making, the artist invites the public to write their own stories in the past that they thought as a bad luck and wanted to let go in the providing space. In this strange facsimile street temple, Jan addressed the problem of finding inner peace in this mad age of technology between the landscape of reality and fiction.

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Suphitcha Donsrichan (°1986, Bangkok, Thailand) makes drawing, photo, installation, gif art and mixed media artworks. Her work is built on applying her experiences on everyday objects to devise narratives that link between fiction and reality.

By exploring the concept of landscape in a nostalgic way in witch fiction and reality meet, well-known tropes merge and meanings shift with past and present fuse, Suphitcha plays and explores on a fragile link between visible and invisible reality that imagined by its conceiver. Her work employs poetic metaphors that comment on broader social issues and universal human emotions and desires.
Suphitcha had her first mini solo exhibition - Unwrapped - at Sugar Club art space in May 2016 and now continue working on her Wordplay project.
She currently lives and works in New York.

 Dance it out!  Performance by  Pearrie   U.S. born, Thailand raised, choreographer, dancer, and actress, Pearrie Hammie (or Skulgan Phiphobmongkol,) has achieved so much comparing to her age. Pearrie started dancing at the age of 3 and she has trained in so many dance styles from hip hop/street jazz, popping, locking to ballet, jazz, contemporary, and ballroom.  Moved to New York in 2012, without being signed or having many connections, Pearrie has passed auditions and worked with many industry-level clients such as HBO Latino, Microsoft, Facebook, McDonald’s, BET One Shot, and Good Morning America, as both a dancer and a choreographer. Furthermore, Pearrie has been directing her own New York based dance group, Pearrie Hammie Dance Group, which has been serving clients from small party level to high level companies such as HBO Latino and BET. Besides the industry, Pearrie has been around the dance community as well. After joining a few dance teams, she has been invited to direct Synchronic Dance Team, an NYU based dance team, as a guest artistic director and teach workshops for different dance groups and organizations such as Unique Movement, Synchronic Dance Team, FIT Dance Company, and Good Vibes Entertainment.  During her time in Thailand, started at the age of 18, she had worked full-time with the country’s top artists including Bird Thongchai, Christina Aguilar, J-Jetrin, Bie Sukrit, Ice Saranyu, and so on. And she had also starred in Fame The Musical, Prissana The Musical, and Red Roof The Musical produced by 2 of the top musical theatre companies, Dreambox Theatre and Nub1 Neo Film / Click Radio as a supporting role.  Pearrie always believes that dance is for everyone and to herself, it is also another way of expressions and sometimes it speaks even louder than words.

Dance it out!

Performance by Pearrie

U.S. born, Thailand raised, choreographer, dancer, and actress, Pearrie Hammie (or Skulgan Phiphobmongkol,) has achieved so much comparing to her age. Pearrie started dancing at the age of 3 and she has trained in so many dance styles from hip hop/street jazz, popping, locking to ballet, jazz, contemporary, and ballroom.

Moved to New York in 2012, without being signed or having many connections, Pearrie has passed auditions and worked with many industry-level clients such as HBO Latino, Microsoft, Facebook, McDonald’s, BET One Shot, and Good Morning America, as both a dancer and a choreographer. Furthermore, Pearrie has been directing her own New York based dance group, Pearrie Hammie Dance Group, which has been serving clients from small party level to high level companies such as HBO Latino and BET. Besides the industry, Pearrie has been around the dance community as well. After joining a few dance teams, she has been invited to direct Synchronic Dance Team, an NYU based dance team, as a guest artistic director and teach workshops for different dance groups and organizations such as Unique Movement, Synchronic Dance Team, FIT Dance Company, and Good Vibes Entertainment.

During her time in Thailand, started at the age of 18, she had worked full-time with the country’s top artists including Bird Thongchai, Christina Aguilar, J-Jetrin, Bie Sukrit, Ice Saranyu, and so on. And she had also starred in Fame The Musical, Prissana The Musical, and Red Roof The Musical produced by 2 of the top musical theatre companies, Dreambox Theatre and Nub1 Neo Film / Click Radio as a supporting role.

Pearrie always believes that dance is for everyone and to herself, it is also another way of expressions and sometimes it speaks even louder than words.

 Let's Jazz Up!  "8ELVEN" is a jazz/funk/fusion band, performs modern jazz compositions form jazz fusion artists such as Chick Corea, Mike Stern, Joshua Redman, Avichai Cohen and many more. The band consists of 5 fine jazz musicians living in New York City, Julphan Tilapornputt(guitar), Kengchakaj Kengkarnka(keys), Jim Piela(sax), Trevor Brown(bass), and Josh Schusterman(drums). Unlike other jazz band, 8elven focuses on high energy and energetic performance. They improvise and interact in jazz/funk context.  8ELVEN performs weekly at  Deum Bar NYC  every Sunday 8pm-11pm  8LEVEN Julphan Tilapornputt - Guitar  Kengchakaj Jazztist  - Keys Trevor Brown - Bass Josh Schusterman - Drums

Let's Jazz Up!

"8ELVEN" is a jazz/funk/fusion band, performs modern jazz compositions form jazz fusion artists such as Chick Corea, Mike Stern, Joshua Redman, Avichai Cohen and many more. The band consists of 5 fine jazz musicians living in New York City, Julphan Tilapornputt(guitar), Kengchakaj Kengkarnka(keys), Jim Piela(sax), Trevor Brown(bass), and Josh Schusterman(drums). Unlike other jazz band, 8elven focuses on high energy and energetic performance. They improvise and interact in jazz/funk context.

8ELVEN performs weekly at Deum Bar NYC every Sunday 8pm-11pm

8LEVEN
Julphan Tilapornputt - Guitar
Kengchakaj Jazztist - Keys
Trevor Brown - Bass
Josh Schusterman - Drums

 Let's Jazz Up!  "8ELVEN" is a jazz/funk/fusion band, performs modern jazz compositions form jazz fusion artists such as Chick Corea, Mike Stern, Joshua Redman, Avichai Cohen and many more. The band consists of 5 fine jazz musicians living in New York City, Julphan Tilapornputt(guitar), Kengchakaj Kengkarnka(keys), Jim Piela(sax), Trevor Brown(bass), and Josh Schusterman(drums). Unlike other jazz band, 8elven focuses on high energy and energetic performance. They improvise and interact in jazz/funk context.  8ELVEN performs weekly at  Deum Bar NYC  every Sunday 8pm-11pm  8LEVEN Julphan Tilapornputt - Guitar  Kengchakaj Jazztist  - Keys Trevor Brown - Bass Josh Schusterman - Drums

Let's Jazz Up!

"8ELVEN" is a jazz/funk/fusion band, performs modern jazz compositions form jazz fusion artists such as Chick Corea, Mike Stern, Joshua Redman, Avichai Cohen and many more. The band consists of 5 fine jazz musicians living in New York City, Julphan Tilapornputt(guitar), Kengchakaj Kengkarnka(keys), Jim Piela(sax), Trevor Brown(bass), and Josh Schusterman(drums). Unlike other jazz band, 8elven focuses on high energy and energetic performance. They improvise and interact in jazz/funk context.

8ELVEN performs weekly at Deum Bar NYC every Sunday 8pm-11pm

8LEVEN
Julphan Tilapornputt - Guitar
Kengchakaj Jazztist - Keys
Trevor Brown - Bass
Josh Schusterman - Drums

photo by Pongsakorn Neton 

Piyapat Chaiwong

 

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SPRINGBOARD


SPRINGBOARD


Experience outdoor exhibition from diverse artists.
Enjoy the workshops and have fun with various performances. 

Sat, 16 APR 2016, 12-6pm
The event will be held at the heart of Thai community in Queens
Woodside ave btw 76th & 77th street
Free admission and get some souvenirs and happiness back home

ครั้งแรกใน Queens กับการปิดถนน ในการฉลองปีใหม่ไทย
ในงาน Songkran Weekends Walk
เดินชิลดูงานศิลปะ สนุกสนานกับ Workshop ที่หลากหลาย
และดูการแสดงจากศิลปินอย่างเพลิดเพลิน
วันเสาร์ที่ 16 เมษายน 2558
เวลา 12.00-18.00 น.
สถานที่ ถนน Woodside Ave, 76th-77th Street
ฟรี ไม่มีค่าใช้จ่าย แถมรับของที่ระลึกและความสุขกลับบ้าน

#ThaiArtistsInNewYork #SPRINGBOARD

 Don’t be so down, not able to join Thai military and serves our country, folks! Buckle up and come to SPRINGBOARD Songkran Art Walk for your dose of fun time! Because we just confirmed our very very special guest,  Nelson S. Howe  !!!!!  จะเศร้าโศกศัลย์อยู่บ้านเพราะอดกลับไทยไปเกณฑ์ทหารอีกรอบอยู่ไย เปลี่ยนบูทหน้าหนาวเป็นบูทคอมแบท แล้วเดินลุยฤดูใหม่มาในควีนส์ดูงานศิลปะดีกว่า! เพราะเราเพิ่งคอนเฟอมแขกพิเศษสุดอย่างลุง  Nelson Howe  ตัวเป็นๆ จะมาร่วมเล่น ร่วมเต้นกับเราในงานด้วย

Don’t be so down, not able to join Thai military and serves our country, folks! Buckle up and come to SPRINGBOARD Songkran Art Walk for your dose of fun time! Because we just confirmed our very very special guest, Nelson S. Howe !!!!!

จะเศร้าโศกศัลย์อยู่บ้านเพราะอดกลับไทยไปเกณฑ์ทหารอีกรอบอยู่ไย เปลี่ยนบูทหน้าหนาวเป็นบูทคอมแบท แล้วเดินลุยฤดูใหม่มาในควีนส์ดูงานศิลปะดีกว่า! เพราะเราเพิ่งคอนเฟอมแขกพิเศษสุดอย่างลุง Nelson Howe ตัวเป็นๆ จะมาร่วมเล่น ร่วมเต้นกับเราในงานด้วย

 Flying back straight from Bangkok for this event.  Pairoj Pichetmetakul , street painter who goes round NYC painting homeless to raise awareness for those in need is coming back in town and you’re all invited to join him painting on his mighty scroll!  บินส่งตรงกลับมาจากกรุงเทพ ป๊อก ไพโรจน์ พิเชฐเมธากุล จิตรกรผู้ลุยวาดคนไร้บ้านทั่วเมืองนิวยอร์คเพื่อสร้างจิตสำนึกให้คนหันมามองผู้ด้อยโอกาส จะมาชวนทุกคนมาร่วมละเลงสีสันลงบนม้วนภาพพลังบวกของเขาในงานนี้ด้วย

Flying back straight from Bangkok for this event. Pairoj Pichetmetakul, street painter who goes round NYC painting homeless to raise awareness for those in need is coming back in town and you’re all invited to join him painting on his mighty scroll!

บินส่งตรงกลับมาจากกรุงเทพ ป๊อก ไพโรจน์ พิเชฐเมธากุล จิตรกรผู้ลุยวาดคนไร้บ้านทั่วเมืองนิวยอร์คเพื่อสร้างจิตสำนึกให้คนหันมามองผู้ด้อยโอกาส จะมาชวนทุกคนมาร่วมละเลงสีสันลงบนม้วนภาพพลังบวกของเขาในงานนี้ด้วย

  WX is the combined vision of saxophonist   Dennis Shafer  , electronic musician/guitarist   Teerapat Parnmongkol  , and drummer   Jake Adams  . Performances are improvised from beginning to end as the horn brings a lively voicing to effects driven warping chord changes over hypnotic shifting rhythmic patterns.

WX is the combined vision of saxophonist Dennis Shafer, electronic musician/guitarist Teerapat Parnmongkol, and drummer Jake Adams. Performances are improvised from beginning to end as the horn brings a lively voicing to effects driven warping chord changes over hypnotic shifting rhythmic patterns.

 การแสดงดนตรีที่ผสมผสานเสน่ห์ของดนตรีไทยและดนตรีตะวันตก โดยจะแบ่งเป็น 2 ช่วงหลักๆคือช่วงเพลงไทยลูกกรุงแจ๊ซ และช่วงเพลงพระราชนิพนธ์ ซึ่งในส่วนของเพลงไทยลูกกรุงแจ๊ซจะเป็นการนำเพลงลูกกรุงคลุกเคล้ากลิ่นอายของเพลงแจ๊ซด้วยตัวดนตรี/การขับร้อง ในส่วนเพลงพระราชนิพนธ์ ซึ่งมีความเป็นแจ๊ซในตัวของดนตรีที่ไพเราะลงตัวอยู่แล้วนั้น เราจะนำเสนอทั้งคำประพันธ์ภาษาไทยและภาษาอังกฤษ โดยการแสดงทั้งหมดนี้จะประกอบด้วยเครื่องดนตรี 2 ชิ้น คือpiano และ violin และการขับร้อง

การแสดงดนตรีที่ผสมผสานเสน่ห์ของดนตรีไทยและดนตรีตะวันตก โดยจะแบ่งเป็น 2 ช่วงหลักๆคือช่วงเพลงไทยลูกกรุงแจ๊ซ และช่วงเพลงพระราชนิพนธ์ ซึ่งในส่วนของเพลงไทยลูกกรุงแจ๊ซจะเป็นการนำเพลงลูกกรุงคลุกเคล้ากลิ่นอายของเพลงแจ๊ซด้วยตัวดนตรี/การขับร้อง ในส่วนเพลงพระราชนิพนธ์ ซึ่งมีความเป็นแจ๊ซในตัวของดนตรีที่ไพเราะลงตัวอยู่แล้วนั้น เราจะนำเสนอทั้งคำประพันธ์ภาษาไทยและภาษาอังกฤษ โดยการแสดงทั้งหมดนี้จะประกอบด้วยเครื่องดนตรี 2 ชิ้น คือpiano และ violin และการขับร้อง

 Since childhood,  Jay's Paper  love in art started with her exposure to manga and anime, which naturally allows her to be passionate in the act of drawing as far as she can remember. With her background as professional architect combined with her various interests in history, society and arts, her work explores relationship between people, things, places, and the society that exists around it. What is it that moves people's heart, how and why.   Jay's Paper  นักวาดภาพประกอบและศิลปินอิสระ เธอรู้จักและสนใจศิลปะตั้งแต่เด็กผ่านการ์ตูนและทำให้รักและเริ่มการวาดภาพมาตั้งแต่จำความได้ ด้วยพื้นฐานความสนใจที่หลากหลายทั้งด้านประวัติศาสตร์ สังคม และศิลปะ รวมถึงเบื้องหลังในสายงานสถาปัตยกรรม ทำให้เธอเริ่มตั้งคำถาม และหาเหตุผลของสิ่งที่เกิดขึ้นรอบตัว งานของเธอพูดถึงความสัมพันธ์ระหว่างคน สิ่งของ และพื้นที่ รวมไปถึงสังคมโดยรอบเพื่อที่จะพยายามศึกษาและเข้าใจความเป็นไปของเหตุการณ์ต่างๆ ที่มีผลรุนแรงต่อความรู้สึกของผู้คนในขณะเวลานั้นๆ

Since childhood, Jay's Paper love in art started with her exposure to manga and anime, which naturally allows her to be passionate in the act of drawing as far as she can remember. With her background as professional architect combined with her various interests in history, society and arts, her work explores relationship between people, things, places, and the society that exists around it. What is it that moves people's heart, how and why.

Jay's Paper นักวาดภาพประกอบและศิลปินอิสระ เธอรู้จักและสนใจศิลปะตั้งแต่เด็กผ่านการ์ตูนและทำให้รักและเริ่มการวาดภาพมาตั้งแต่จำความได้ ด้วยพื้นฐานความสนใจที่หลากหลายทั้งด้านประวัติศาสตร์ สังคม และศิลปะ รวมถึงเบื้องหลังในสายงานสถาปัตยกรรม ทำให้เธอเริ่มตั้งคำถาม และหาเหตุผลของสิ่งที่เกิดขึ้นรอบตัว งานของเธอพูดถึงความสัมพันธ์ระหว่างคน สิ่งของ และพื้นที่ รวมไปถึงสังคมโดยรอบเพื่อที่จะพยายามศึกษาและเข้าใจความเป็นไปของเหตุการณ์ต่างๆ ที่มีผลรุนแรงต่อความรู้สึกของผู้คนในขณะเวลานั้นๆ

  Gongkan   Kantapon Metheekul ’s creativity extends from advertising to digital art to fine arts. Obsessed with arts, Kantapon finds inspiration in his hand-drawn illustrations in everyday life, fashion, and people.

Gongkan Kantapon Metheekul’s creativity extends from advertising to digital art to fine arts.
Obsessed with arts, Kantapon finds inspiration in his hand-drawn illustrations in everyday life, fashion, and people.

  Zac is interested and passionate about art that is hidden inside the Thai folk way of life such as li gae, Thai slapstick, the use of dazzling colors, wordplays and spoonerism. To him, they are the charm of Thai art that he grew up with. He takes these stories into his art-making practice, which often combines different kinds of color, including oil, pencil, and markers. He tells the story and his thoughts via paintings and handwritten texts, communicating what is inside. Besides painting on canvas, He also works with mixed media.   Zac Peradon

Zac is interested and passionate about art that is hidden inside the Thai folk way of life such as li gae, Thai slapstick, the use of dazzling colors, wordplays and spoonerism. To him, they are the charm of Thai art that he grew up with. He takes these stories into his art-making practice, which often combines different kinds of color, including oil, pencil, and markers. He tells the story and his thoughts via paintings and handwritten texts, communicating what is inside. Besides painting on canvas, He also works with mixed media.
Zac Peradon

  "Art and design for me is out of the box, alive, relief, lawless, happiness even sadness. Sometime it seam right for wrong reason and sometime it’s wrong but look right for some reason. Technique, working process and idea which most of the time I can’t separate between design and art. As part of artist, I would experiment more about typewriter art, which it is very limit tools but limitless inspiration to work with it." -   Nutthawut Siridejchai

"Art and design for me is out of the box, alive, relief, lawless, happiness even sadness. Sometime it seam right for wrong reason and sometime it’s wrong but look right for some reason. Technique, working process and idea which most of the time I can’t separate between design and art. As part of artist, I would experiment more about typewriter art, which it is very limit tools but limitless inspiration to work with it." - Nutthawut Siridejchai

 Portrait with Suntur Yozanun Suntur Wutigonsombutkul 1989, Born in Bangkok, Thailand Surtur earned a Bachelor of Art Silpakorn University. Before claim himself as a full-time artist, Suntur has creative as another titled for his career in advertising agency from 2010 to 2015. His practice ranges from illustration for books, magazines, posters, products packaging, installations, clothing and visual art.   S U N T U R

Portrait with Suntur
Yozanun Suntur Wutigonsombutkul
1989, Born in Bangkok, Thailand
Surtur earned a Bachelor of Art Silpakorn University. Before claim himself as a full-time artist, Suntur has creative as another titled for his career in advertising agency from 2010 to 2015.
His practice ranges from illustration for books, magazines, posters, products packaging, installations, clothing and visual art.

S U N T U R

 ประเภทงาน : mix media  (embroidery & acrylic on paper)   ชื่องาน : "Me Days Ago" - ฉันในหลายวันที่ผ่านมา  เรื่องราวแต่ละวันผ่านไปไม่ไร้จุดหมายใดๆ ฉันพบเจอใครมากมายที่ไม่เคยรู้จัก เหตุการณ์ สถานการณ์ต่างๆเข้ามา หรือเราเองที่เดินเข้าไป ไม่ใช่เรื่องบังเอิญ แด่ทุกคนที่พบเจอ ทุกที่ที่เคยไป ในหลายวันที่ผ่านมา และในวันนี้ที่เราได้พบกัน ฉันใน Day 88. #the300daysinNY 

ประเภทงาน : mix media  (embroidery & acrylic on paper) 

ชื่องาน : "Me Days Ago" - ฉันในหลายวันที่ผ่านมา 
เรื่องราวแต่ละวันผ่านไปไม่ไร้จุดหมายใดๆ ฉันพบเจอใครมากมายที่ไม่เคยรู้จัก เหตุการณ์ สถานการณ์ต่างๆเข้ามา หรือเราเองที่เดินเข้าไป ไม่ใช่เรื่องบังเอิญ แด่ทุกคนที่พบเจอ ทุกที่ที่เคยไป ในหลายวันที่ผ่านมา และในวันนี้ที่เราได้พบกัน ฉันใน Day 88. #the300daysinNY 

 Memory is a though of something that one has seen, done or experienced previously, and it contains both good and bad things. As time goes by, we would recall those past events that happened with our family, beloved one, and friends. Some events and somewhere in the past remind us and bring us back to the time when we had fun with a lot of toys, and to the time when we ran through the field in the countryside. They remind us that we had exciting events, loss, and farewell. All of those are in our brain and subconscious mind. When something alike past events stimulates our mind, it will remind us of those past events again. All those stories and atmosphere will pop up in our mind every time we think of them.  From such beliefs mentioned earlier, those stories and events are composed in the form of mixed media art titled “Distortion of my memory”, the work of female artist, Kamonchanok Phon-ngam (Pak-bung) who has shown her works in Beijing International Art Biennale, China, Beppu ASIA BIENNALE, Beppu Art Museum Oita, Japan and other several art exhibitions in Thailand and foreign countries since 2007 up until now. “My works are inspired from the fear hidden in my subconscious mind, it is the feeling that I’m afraid of being alone, being separated away from beloved ones, and that the beloved things will be stolen. We usually hold on to those stories, but we will learn eventually that we meet to leave after spending more time being alone. When we have positive thinking, the fear that confines us for a long time gives us freedom and arts to heal our mind with the expression through the arts that convey attitude on the preservation of good feelings that happen around us,”  The artist has brought real materials to impart the thoughts in order to show the preservation, the concealment, the sustainability, and the commemoration of the beloved and binding things. With the application of those materials that she uses to create her works—table, chair, cup, plate, and picture frame—by wrapping with hand sewing method, adhering with clothes and knitting with yarn, they show the clue of binding and wiring that reveals the distortion of mind and transforms the idea in to the concrete. Those portray her memory and push away her fear to Her works show the implications that correspond with the idea which stated that everything in the world keeps changing through times, nothing lasts forever. Many stories happen to teach us to realize that to meet and depart is the way of life. However the stories stored in our brain can be recalled anytime. This is related to the belief of “the mind is more important than the substance and only the mind is the truth.” The knots of ideas are deeply buried in the memory overlaying with long and complicated stories of the things we loved, bound, saw, familiarized, and became the distortion of memory hiding the state of mind which cannot be seen with bare eyes.

Memory is a though of something that one has seen, done or experienced previously, and it contains both good and bad things. As time goes by,
we would recall those past events that happened with our family, beloved one, and friends. Some events and somewhere in the past remind us and bring us back to the time when we had fun with a lot of toys, and to the time when we ran through the field in the countryside. They remind us that
we had exciting events, loss, and farewell. All of those are in our brain and subconscious mind. When something alike past events stimulates our mind, it will remind us of those past events again. All those stories and atmosphere will pop up in our mind every time we think of them.

From such beliefs mentioned earlier, those stories and events are composed in the form of mixed media art titled “Distortion of my memory”, the work of female artist, Kamonchanok Phon-ngam (Pak-bung) who has shown her works in Beijing International Art Biennale, China, Beppu ASIA BIENNALE, Beppu Art Museum Oita, Japan and other several art exhibitions in Thailand and foreign countries since 2007 up until now. “My works are inspired from the fear hidden in my subconscious mind, it is the feeling that I’m afraid of being alone, being separated away from beloved ones, and that the beloved things will be stolen. We usually hold on to those stories, but we will learn eventually that we meet to leave after spending more time being alone. When we have positive thinking, the fear that confines us for a long time gives us freedom and arts to heal our mind with the expression through the arts that convey attitude on the preservation of good
feelings that happen around us,”

The artist has brought real materials to impart the thoughts in order to show the preservation, the concealment, the sustainability, and the commemoration of the beloved and binding things. With the application of those materials that she uses to create her works—table, chair, cup, plate, and picture frame—by wrapping with hand sewing method, adhering with clothes and knitting with yarn, they show the clue of binding and wiring that reveals the distortion of mind and transforms the idea in to the concrete. Those portray her memory and push away her fear to Her works show the implications that correspond with the idea which stated that everything in the world keeps changing
through times, nothing lasts forever. Many stories happen to teach us to realize that to meet and depart is the way of life. However the stories stored in our brain can be recalled anytime. This is related to the belief of “the mind is more important than the substance and only the mind is the truth.” The knots of ideas are deeply buried in the memory overlaying with long and complicated stories of the things we loved, bound, saw, familiarized, and became the distortion of memory hiding the state of mind which cannot be seen with bare eyes.

 "I'm interested in natural ecosystems and the cycle of life. The laws of nature and the three characteristics of existence in Dharma of Buddhism (impermanence, incompleteness and non-self) inspire me to tell a story through my art. I prefer to keep such stories discreet within the painting, allowing the viewer of my artwork to either discover it exactly as I had intended, or leaving them to find a story of their own within the brush strokes and layers." Kay Sirikul Pattachote

"I'm interested in natural ecosystems and the cycle of life. The laws of nature and the three characteristics of existence in Dharma of Buddhism (impermanence, incompleteness and non-self) inspire me to tell a story through my art. I prefer to keep such stories discreet within the painting, allowing the viewer of my artwork to either discover it exactly as I had intended, or leaving them to find a story of their own within the brush strokes and layers."
Kay Sirikul Pattachote

  Water Color Paintings by   Kanittagoiwatercolor

Water Color Paintings by Kanittagoiwatercolor

 "I have a dream of being an artist, but I have never thought I could be an actual artist until now. I love to draw a lot. I have been drawing since I was ten when I started watching Japanese anime and became obsessed about it. Sailormoon, a famous girly anime, made me tried hard to draw cartoony human as accurate as possible. My drawing skill kept improving. When I grow up a bit, I desired to be able to draw realistic human as realise as possible. I drew a lot. I drew on everywhere. My textbook full of human faces. I really enjoyed practicing and my goal achieved. People around me admired my artworks. And then I stopped hand-drawing. I chose to study graphic design in university because the idea of making money, getting a job like normal people do, took over me.  Despite the graphic design study, I quietly drew some fan arts from anime I was crazy about, just to please myself. I love to draw fictional character to look realistic. The portrait I draw always focus on the eyes and lips, the most express feature spot on face.  Portrait, face, eyes and lips inspire me to create my original artwork. I used to fall in love with drawing with mere pencil. And then I had tried painting on computer as know as CG painting, which I found that it was so fun. Watercolor is a new thing for me. Now I fall in love in it. I won’t stop trying new media and technique because I still have not discovered my very own style that one day will rock the world."   Pratchayaporn Wuthiroongrueangsakul

"I have a dream of being an artist, but I have never thought I could be an actual artist until now. I love to draw a lot. I have been drawing since I was ten when I started watching Japanese anime and became obsessed about it. Sailormoon, a famous girly anime, made me tried hard to draw cartoony human as accurate as possible. My drawing skill kept improving. When I grow up a bit, I desired to be able to draw realistic human as realise as possible. I drew a lot. I drew on everywhere. My textbook full of human faces. I really enjoyed practicing and my goal achieved. People around me admired my artworks. And then I stopped hand-drawing. I chose to study graphic design in university because the idea of making money, getting a job like normal people do, took over me.

Despite the graphic design study, I quietly drew some fan arts from anime I was crazy about, just to please myself. I love to draw fictional character to look realistic. The portrait I draw always focus on the eyes and lips, the most express feature spot on face.

Portrait, face, eyes and lips inspire me to create my original artwork. I used to fall in love with drawing with mere pencil. And then I had tried painting on computer as know as CG painting, which I found that it was so fun. Watercolor is a new thing for me. Now I fall in love in it. I won’t stop trying new media and technique because I still have not discovered my very own style that one day will rock the world."

Pratchayaporn Wuthiroongrueangsakul

SPRINGBOARD CREWS:

NARISSARA THANAPREECHAKUL
ATTAPOL WORRAWUTTAWEEKUL
THARIT TOTHONG
KRITWALEE SENEETANTIKUL
SUPHITCHA DONSRICHAN
NUTTHAWUT SIRIDEJCHAI
PEERADON RAPEEPANTADON
APIWICH BANGRAPIMOLPONG
PIYAPAT CHAIWONG

 

 
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Speed Dating


Speed Dating


Speed Dating with Thai Artists
in Experience Thailand 2015

SEPTEMBER 13, 2015
AT UNION SQUARE, NYC

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Appetizer


Appetizer


APPETIZER
Meet & Talk

JULY 27, 2015
AT DUEM BAR NYC

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