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Human Horizon

Human Horizon

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

proudly presents

HUMAN HORIZON

 

a group exhibition from

S.A.C. Residency Program

by

Lisa Anderson, Song Xi, Ho Hao and Sittikorn Khawsa-ad

 

 

at Art Centre Bldg. – 3rd floor

Subhashok The Arts Centre, Bangkok

8 February – 15 March 2020

Opening Reception: 15 February 2020, 6:00 PM

 


 

 

Lisa Anderson

Song Xi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

S.A.C. Residency Program has invited artist Lisa Anderson from Australia, Song Xi from China, Ho Hao from Taiwan and a Thai artist Sittikorn Khawsa-ad. It is such a great opportunity to share the experiences through building up a contemporary art exhibition.

 

Ho Hao

Sittikorn Khawsa-ad

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The starting idea in forming the exhibition was from ghost, spirits and believes especially in local Thai area, Chiang Mai city will be the focal point. The four artists did their research on local traditions by traveling around, experiencing and meeting people of the new landscape of Chiang Mai city. The works of the artists addressed their unique viewpoints on our communities which had unfolded the fragility of being human that rely a lot on supernatural.

 

Song Xi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ho Hao

 

Human Horizon derived from observing the methodology of the artists in approaching the subject of ghost, spirits and believes. The works not only stand for aesthetic but also as reflection of ‘being human’ from the deep in. The works also help explaining the impact of supernatural over human mind even nowadays. Ho Hao addresses his interest in Thai amulet and black magic on his paintings and small sculptures. Lisa Anderson formed up the spirits of landscapes from Thai ghost stories. Song Xi expressed his faith in nature into his installation pieces while Sittikorn Khawsa-ad is admiring the power of human as farmers.

 

Lisa Anderson

 

Subhashok The Arts Centre would like to invite you to the exhibition Human Horizon where artworks are produced as spiritual ceremony that reflect multi of layers of contemporary contexts. The Human Horizon will be on view from 8th February – 15th March 2020. The opening ceremony will be on 15th February 2020.

 

Sittikorn Khawsa-ad

 


 

Watch Interview VDO with 4 artists