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Monstrous Phenomenon No.9

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Monstrous Phenomenon No.9

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Ruangsak Anuwatwimon

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2018

Oxalis corymbose from taipei, taiwan

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Dimensions: 31cm (H) x 20cm (W) x 3cm (D) / 12.2" (H) x 7.9" (W) x 1.2" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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The power of history is the force that moves the world. To have a clear point of view about the event happened in world history is important to raise one’s self-awareness, therefore any proof of these events should not be removed. By piecing the numerous people’s memories together, the actual events will become clearer and truly life-like as the monument for the new generation, even when all the witnesses were gone. Some changes, such as the aging or the uncontrollable dissolution, are unwanted and dreadful. It becomes the nightmare when comparing with the fanciful dream of creating the beautiful warm peaceful world.

All creatures have its incredible way to influence their surroundings which are full of multidimensional and systematic complex. We nowadays can see how all humanity tried to use some technological methods to organize everything, near and far. The newest hi-end gadgets become smaller into the molecular-level for successfully controlling unexpected results. (which become ridiculous and full of paradox.) These gadgets are mostly made of indestructible or nearly- indestructible materials. Even if these gadgets are mangled into the smallest pieces, but still, it can be absorbed by living things into the cellular level and finally this process can produce some unexpected changes.

“Because of the fasciation they are often produced in tight clusters, but on regular stems they are perfectly "normal" looking”

Somehow, our thought processes affect various parts of our life. In many cases, it is not the immediate result but a gradual and time-consuming one. The main point of problem-solving is to find the cause of the problem which is the first one to be resolved before uselessly trying to resolve the trivial ones and bringing down all the parts completely. The longer the delay, the more complex the problem becomes. Sadly, in the end it may be involuntarily impossible to solve that problem.

To deny responsibilities and to avoid the discomfiture of guilt, we tried desperately to blame that we are just the thousand-miles-away factor which could hardly affected the phenomenon occurring in another part of the world.

The present explanations maybe not clear enough to unpack the multilayered complexity but still we can see the attempt to make it right. Anyway, only the bias-free scientific methods can take an unsafe feeling away.

All of these attempts can powerfully fulfilled the reason to live for all human being and be helpful for the next generation to realize about their role as the global citizen.

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Artist Profile

Born: 1975

Hometown: Bangkok

Based in: Bangkok

Ruangsak Anuwatwimon, (b. 1975, Bangkok, Thailand) is a Thai contemporary artist based in Bangkok.
Ruangsak links art, science and nature. He is interested in the regeneration of the sculpture concept. His poetic and conceptual pieces often made of ashes of different animals reflects on the protagonist relationship humans have with our natural world. The artist employs diverse mediums to express his ideas and challenge the perimeters of what constitutes an artwork. His conceptual projects explore the social, cultural, and moral grounds of human societies. He takes up residencies in different countries to research the cultural and natural ecology of each place, collecting specimens to contribute to his satirical “utopian human”. He has exhibited his works locally and internationally, his works have been shown in Ver Gallery, Cartel Artspace, Bangkok Art & Cultural Centre, Whitespace Gallery in Bangkok, at the Verbeke Foundation (Belgium), LaSalle College of Art (Singapore), the 11th Taipei Biennial (2018), and most recently at Singapore Biennale (2019). He participated in “Secret Archipelago”, a joint exhibition organised by the Singapore National Heritage Board and the Palais De Tokyo in Paris where his works were shown.

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