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EMERGENT ANTUMBRA

EMERGENT ANTUMBRA

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 Subhashok The Arts Centre and S.A.C. Art Lab

proudly presents

 

EMERGENT ANTUMBRA

The Exhibition from S.A.C. Residency Program

by

Catherine Paleczny and Jirawong Wongtra-ngan

at S.A.C. Art Lab, Chiang Mai
during 9th August – 20th September 2019

 

    

 Catherine Paleczny

‘Emergent Antumbra’ an exhibition as the outcome of Catherine Paleczny’s residency with S.A.C. Residency Program, after three months period working with Jirawong Wongtra-ngan, the founder of IN CLAY STUDIO POTTERY.
  

 Jirawong Wongtra-ngan

Jirawong Wongtra-ngan and Catherine Paleczny are both interested in weaving architectural and biological texture narratives through their ceramic works. They both agree that we are so busy living life that it blinds us from seeing how much nature bond to human being. Paleczny’s ceramic works perform ‘Emergent’ one of the most spectacular natural consequences when imitating organic textures and systems. Paleczny approaches the exhibiting spaces referencing geographical landscape of Ping River, the main river that runs through Chiang Mai, installing with her ceramic pieces.
    


Catherine Paleczny

Paleczny extracts her concern of nature and environment from observing the landscape of Chiang Mai city. She takes the opportunity to stir up environmental situation that we may have seen them but too busy to notice.

 

 Jirawong Wongtra-ngan

Wongtra-ngan draws his interest to ‘Antumbra’ around human habitats. He sees light and shadow occur differently through the day from the super-systematic product like wavy roof tiles. He inlays his roof tiles with free form different colours of clay to recreate light-shadow phenomena and plays around with the idea of unpredictable natural movement on such systematic man-made products.

 

Jirawong  

 Jirawong Wongtra-ngan     &     Catherine Paleczny

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Both Paleczny and Wongtra-ngan’s works consist of light and shadow. Light touches white stone ware ceramics and creates shadow cast on the opposite direction. Strange looking shadow shapes either on the works or the wall initiate conversation between exhibition spaces and both of their works.
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S.A.C. Art Lab cordially invite you to Emergent Antumbra, the exhibition from S.A.C. Residency Program by Catherine Paleczny and Jirawong Wongtra-ngan, from 9th August – 20th September 2019. The opening reception starts at 18.00 pm of 9th August 2019 at S.A.C. Art Lab allocated at De Naga Hotel 21 Soi 2 Rashmakla Moolmuang Road Tambon Phrasingh Muang Chiang Mai, 50200. Tel: 094-9279964
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Follow and share the exhibition with the official hashtags: #sacAIR  #SACEMGATB
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About the artists

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CATHERINE PALECZNY completed a Master of Fine Arts degree at the University of Calgary, Alberta, and has studied at the University of Michigan and the University of Western Sydney Australia. Additionally, she also completed her Master of Science in Education degree at Niagara University Niagra Falls New York. She has been a guest artist in residence at the Happy Lucky Site in Japan, the International Ceramic Center in Denmark, the Banff Center in Alberta, the International Ceramic Sculpture Symposium in Boleslawiec, Poland and the Experimental Sculpture Factory in China. She has exhibited in Australia, Europe, Canada, China and in the USA. She has taught Fine Arts at The University of British Columbia, The University of Calgary, Alberta College of Art and Design, Sheridan College, The Toronto Art School and most recently St. John’s Kilmarnock School. Paleczny is currently the lead instructor of IB Visual Arts at SJK teaching grade 7-12. She is also an adjunct professor for the faculty of Education at WLU.

More about the artist and her project: https://www.sac.gallery/articles/catherine-paleczny-artist-in-residence/


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JIRAWONG WONGTRA-NGAN spent 5 years studying and practicing the art of ceramics and printmaking before working on a throwing wheel in a ceramics factory in Chiang Rai. After investigating opportunities in Chiang Mai, he was inspired to open his own studio producing one-of-a-kind hand-thrown ceramics, “Inclay Studio Pottery”, in 2011. Using mostly natural Ash glazes and create patterns of color clays and themes from his surrounding landscape, Jirawong has followed the path of teaching, offering a variety of workshop options at his studio. Whether you want to pursue a long-term, tailor-made course with him, or just pop in for a one-day go at hand-building and using the wheel, he welcomes all ceramics enthusiasts.

More about the artist: https://thekindcraft.com/collaboration-the-kindcraft-x-inclay-studio-pottery/

 


  

Subhashok The Arts Centre | S.A.C. Art Lab, Chiang Mai

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