SAC Gallery | Do you know that!!! more than 27million of people in the world’s today have been enslaved and abused for producing luxurious brand-name products...
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Do you know that!!! more than 27million of people in the world’s today have been enslaved and abused for producing luxurious brand-name products…

Do you know that!!! more than 27million of people in the world’s today have been enslaved and abused for producing luxurious brand-name products…

And lots of them got lured of a better life before being enslaved as found in the text ‘10 Everyday Products That Are Made With Slave Labor’ by GREGORY MYERS published on <https://listverse.com>, in ‘Crime’ section.

10 Everyday Products That Are Made With Slave Labor’ GREGORY MYERS “Crime”; https://listverse.com

Myers indicated that many people who are exploited never even have a chance to sample or try out the luxury products they slave away for most of their lives making for us.
In fact, some of them start out as slaves at a young age and barely know anything beyond the confines of their workspace. Many are subjected to regular beatings and other abuse. Often, they are first given the promise of a better life only to have that cruelly taken away from them.
…there are more slaves now (27 million) than there have been at any point in history … Of course, any number of slaves is far too many and these suffering people make many of the products you enjoy today.

This case is also reflected in the paintings by Patdanu Tameekul which the artist has contemplated and expressed it in his own way. The extravacant products are exposed to pieces of bloody flesh to imply to the flesh of the poor are gradually taken away for the fancy stuffs.

Come to experience the beauty of visual forms in harmony with the powerful content of the painting by Patdanu Tameekul in the exhibition DISSECTING DESIRE at S.A.C. Subhashok The Arts Centre, today until 21 January 2018.