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Human-Noid by Uttawit Boonwan and Piamchan Boontrai 19 October – December 2013

The word, Human-Noid, is a pun from the word “Humanoid” which means being resembling or copying a human. Whereas Human-Noid in this exhibition of the two artists is presenting (para)noidness in human as Noid is a famous Thai slang referring to a symptom of overthinking, imagining things anxiously similarly to having an anxiety disorder. Believing that this “Noid” symptoms exist in himself, herself and all mankind, both of them chose to bring out their best skills, painting and sculpture, to creat the peculiarity of human’s mind that is hidden knowingly or unknowingly.