If you’re walking East Avenue during daylight hours this summer and fall, you might find your eyes drawn to a shimmering wall facing a pocket park off Broadway. An installation of mirrored stickers affixed to the exterior of the neighboring Rochester Contemporary Art Center catches the light in such a way that it makes a … Read moreBreathe
To create this project I traveled from North to South of Thailand to collect varieties of common chilis available at local markets. They have different origins, names, colors, shapes, tastes, and levels of spiciness. The selected chilis were lightly baked to get rid of moisture, and ground into tiny pieces. They were then brewed in … Read moreWho’s Afraid of Red?
Eak–Ee–Eak–Eak was an exhibition questioning the truth created by language and symbols across cultures, using the construct “chicken” as a platform to explore this theme. The work looked at the numerous, colorful uses and meanings of the construct “chicken” from a physical and literal level to an abstract and subjective level. For example: • kai as a nick-name … Read moreEak Ee Eak Eak
Blind was a story of my experience of studying art at The Faculty of Fine Arts in Chiang Mai University. As a student, the main sense that we are taught to appreciate art with is sight. I wanted to create a work that appealed to other senses and might be appreciated in a different way. I … Read moreBlind