Copper wire weaving
Dimensions: 139cm (H) x 106cm (W) x 40cm (D) / 54.7" (H) x 41.7" (W) x 15.7" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This artwork is part of an exhibition titled “Shape of Relationship” which explores the natural law of balance. The relationships between human to human, human to surroundings or animals to nature are all based on the principle of equilibrium. Some relationships are congenial while some differ strikingly. The exhibition offers a metaphoric picture of the omnipresent rule of balance in both explicit and ambiguous visual interpretation.
“Shape of Relationship” consists of 13 artworks in two and three dimensions. Inyai creates her body of work through the process of drawing, crocheting, knitting, tying, binding, and weaving metal and silk yarns. Her application of mixed materials makes reference to the physical structure of the human body.
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Shape of Relationship, La Lanta Fine Art, Bangkok, Thailand
Group Exhibition “ Love and relationships,” Chamchuri Art Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
“Chiang Mai is Coming to Jeju 2018,” Jeju, South Korea
How Thai ?,” PSG Art Gallery, Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, Nakornpratom, Thailand
Gwangju Exhibition, Artist residency, Mite-Ugro, Gwangju, South Korea
Search:PSG Course introduction exhibition, PSG Art Gallery, Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
The 6th Young Artists Talent Art Exhibition, Royal Thai consulate-General Los Angeles, USA
The 6th Young Artists Talent Art Exhibition, Ratchadamnoen Contemporary Art Center, Bangkok, Thailand
POP-UP Museum Contemporary Art Exhibition, (Model study for Nongpo Community), Rachaburi, Thailand
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