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12/05/2016

EXPO ‘Incipit’ – ATTA Gallery, Bangkok (Thailand) – 11 Mai-18 Juin 2016

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Atta (Thailand),Nelly VAN OOST (FR),Thailande — bijoucontemporain @ 21:57

Incipit by Nelly van Oost

Off the Wall mini exhibition

ATTA Gallery  (Bangkok, Thailand)

Nelly Van Oost: www.nellyvanoost.com
ATTA Gallery: www.attagallery.com

ATTA Gallery: Exhibition 'Incipit' by Nelly Van Oost (MA 2013) • ATTA Gallery, Bangkok • 11 May - 18 June, 2016.  Nelly Van Oost: www.nellyvanoost.com  Nelly's thesis "Daily Connections": http://bit.ly/1NorKKQ  ATTA Gallery: www.attagallery.com:

Who hasn’t drawn pictures of willies on tables or even on the door of a public toilet? That’s what got me thinking… These penises are spontaneous and a bit provocative, but moreover that are an essentially funny representation of the male sex. Through this series I evoke memories of common spaces. I want the viewer to recall stories. Stories that will make them remember a personal anecdote, or a mental image. I would like my penises evoke a sense of humor, as something that they can easily connect with.
This series also raises the question of the taboo around sex. The subject of sex is no longer profane; it is talked about amongst friends or even among strangers. We talk about sex in all kinds of situations, the subject is a catalyst: it strengthens friendships, creates conflicts, makes people laugh … Indeed, it was something around this social aspect of the discussion of sex that appealed me. Just think of Tinder, sex is everywhere, on our phones, televisions etc….
Everyone is looking for that perfect match that perfects someone, who matches their own criteria. The common aspect is that everyone is looking for the « best. » Could I be with a more handsome partner? Should I just be happy with the person I am with? We want everything and fast as these social networks have developed a sort of mechanism of permanent selection. Sex becomes a consumer product like any other.
Through the collection Incipit (the word incipit designates the first words of a story), I would like to stimulate direct and immediate feelings. I seek to provoke a reaction. What happens when you wear a penis on the top of your jacket? Perhaps a smile, encounters, new stories to come …

Nelly van Oost - "Incipit" wall: Nelly van Oost - « Incipit » wall

Nelly van Oost - incipit - 2016Nelly van Oost – incipit – brooch 2016

Nelly Van Oost (MA 2013) • Brooch "Incipit" • New silver, paint and steel • 2016 • ©photo by artistNelly Van Oost (MA 2013 idar Oberstein) • Brooch « Incipit » • New silver, paint and steel • 2016 • ©photo by artist

 

ATTA Gallery
O.P. Garden, Unit 1109 4,6 Soi Charoenkrung 36 Charoenkrung Road,
Bangrak Bangkok,
10500, Thailand
www.attagallery.com
mail: info@attagallery.com
tel + 662 238 6422

11/05/2015

EXPO ‘Impossible to imagine’ – ATTA Gallery, Bangkok (Thailand) – 23 Mai–27 Juin 2015

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Atta (Thailand),Jorge MANILLA (MEX),Thailande — bijoucontemporain @ 23:45

« Impossible to Imagine » by Jorge Manilla

ATTA Gallery (Bangkok, Thailand)

I am very pleased to announce my next solo exhibition « Impossible to imagine » at ATTA Gallery, in Bangkok Thailand. Im very happy with this exhibition and to have the posibillity to show my new work..
« IMPOSSIBLE TO IMAGINE »
I always speak the truth. Not the whole truth, because there’s no way, to say it all. Saying it all is literally impossible: words fail. Yet it’s through this very impossibility that the truth holds in to the real.”
Jacques Lacan. Jorge Manilla - Atta Gallery

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 ATTA Gallery. "Impossible to Imagine" by Jorge Manilla

Jorge Manilla -  "IMPOSSIBLE TO IMAGINE" 2015Jorge Manilla -  « IMPOSSIBLE TO IMAGINE » 2015 – textures Jorge Manilla -  "IMPOSSIBLE TO IMAGINE" 2015Jorge Manilla -  « IMPOSSIBLE TO IMAGINE » 2015 – brooch

Jorge Manilla -  "IMPOSSIBLE TO IMAGINE" 2015Jorge Manilla -  « IMPOSSIBLE TO IMAGINE » 2015 – textures

Jorge Manilla -  "IMPOSSIBLE TO IMAGINE" 2015Jorge Manilla -  « IMPOSSIBLE TO IMAGINE » 2015 – brooch

Jorge Manilla -  "IMPOSSIBLE TO IMAGINE" 2015 - broochJorge Manilla -  « IMPOSSIBLE TO IMAGINE » 2015 – brooch

 

ATTA Gallery
O.P. Garden, Unit 1109 4,6 Soi Charoenkrung 36 Charoenkrung Road,
Bangrak Bangkok,
10500, Thailand
www.attagallery.com
mail: info@attagallery.com
tel + 662 238 6422

 

25/03/2015

EXPO ‘I-Land – Sam Tho Duong’ – ATTA Gallery, Bangkok (Thailand) – 18 Mars–19 Avril 2015

Classé dans : Exposition/Exhibition,Gal. Atta (Thailand),Sam Tho DUONG (VN),Thailande — bijoucontemporain @ 8:20

 I-Land Mini Exhibition – Sam Tho Duong

ATTA Gallery (Bangkok, Thailand)

 I-Land Mini Exhibition - Sam Tho Duong

 Reintroducing Sam Tho Duong and his Frozen series

Frozen by artist Sam Tho Duong, silver nylon and freshwater pearls, 2011. Photo © Petra Jaschke.Frozen by artist Sam Tho Duong, silver nylon and freshwater pearls, 2011. Photo © Petra Jaschke.

Sam Tho DuongSam Tho Duong – Frozen serie

Sam Tho Duong frozen collierSam Tho Duong frozen collier

Sam Tho Duong: Brosche FROZEN 4, Silber 935, Oxydation, Süßwasserreiskornperlen, Sam Tho Duong: Brosche FROZEN 4, Silber 935, Oxydation, Süßwasserreiskornperlen

 

ATTA Gallery
O.P. Garden, Unit 1109 4,6 Soi Charoenkrung 36 Charoenkrung Road,
Bangrak Bangkok,
10500, Thailand
www.attagallery.com
mail: info@attagallery.com
tel + 662 238 6422

 

21/03/2015

EXPO ‘Memory by Mari Ishikawa’ – ATTA Gallery, Bangkok (Thailand) – 25 Fevr.–4 Avril 2015

Memory by Mari Ishikawa

ATTA Gallery (Bangkok, Thailand)

Exploring the concept of memory through two groups of works created between 2012 – 2015, Mari ponders about the ultimate destiny in this world: to disappear.
   Memory by Mari Ishikawa Exhibition / 25 Feb 2015 - 04 Apr 2015 ATTA GAllery

 

 Nothing that has appeared in this world can escape its ultimate destiny: to disappear. Even memory, though anchoring for the time the afterimages of all these in the endless flow of the ages, is no exception. Thus it is hardly surprising that memory and disappearance had fascinated.  I try to resist this vanishing and keep the memories.
Parallel World  
Where does a « Parallel World » exist?
Can one discover this world through time travel?
Is it perhaps possible to see this world in a dream?
Or does it only exist in one’s heart?
The world we see is only a part of the entire reality which is composed of many worlds existing simultaneously, side by side.
We can find « Parallel Worlds » whenever we open our eyes and hearts.
They are always with us.
Landscape
I saw the old garden.  Plants and a cluster of old buildings no longer used.  There, in this space, the relation between interior and exterior, between nature and the artificial, is ever so ambiguous. 
Time is frozen, but the plants are there.  I would like to show the silent revolution of plants.  Before man built cities, there was just nature, which we tried to control.  As soon as we stop regulating nature, it tries to reclaim its territory.

MEMORY exhibition by Mari Ishikawa now at ATTA GalleryMari Ishikawa

Mari Ishikawa - MemoryMari Ishikawa - Memory – brooch – watch parts

'Once upon a time' Pieces by Mari Ishikawa in her current solo exhibition "MEMORY" at ATTA Gallery.‘Once upon a time’ Pieces by Mari Ishikawa in her current solo exhibition « MEMORY » at ATTA Gallery

  Mari Ishikawa Pendants: Once Upon A Time, 2013-2015 750 gold, Japanese lacquer, resinMari Ishikawa Pendants: Once Upon A Time, 2013-2015 750 gold, Japanese lacquer, resin

Mari Ishikawa Brooch: Memory, 2014 925 silver, resin, watch partsMari Ishikawa Brooch: Memory, 2014 925 silver, resin, watch parts

Mari Ishikawa Neckpiece: Landscape, 2012 925 silver, aluminium, Japanese lacquerMari Ishikawa Neckpiece: Landscape, 2012 925 silver, aluminium, Japanese lacquer

 

 

ATTA Gallery
O.P. Garden, Unit 1109 4,6 Soi Charoenkrung 36 Charoenkrung Road,
Bangrak Bangkok,
10500, Thailand
www.attagallery.com
mail: info@attagallery.com
tel + 662 238 6422

 

 

20/03/2015

EXPO ‘Anew Negotiation’ – Bilk Gallery, Manuka ACT (AU) – 27 Mars-24 Avril 2015

Bilk Gallery  & ATTA Gallery :

Anew negotiation – Thai Contemporary Jewellers

opening 6:00pm 27 March at Bilk Gallery.

Bilk Gallery is excited to invite an exhibition of work by eight contemporary Thai artists, curated by Bow Wasinondh for ATTA Gallery, Thailand’s foremost art jewellery gallery. We cannot wait to show you the work of these promising emerging and established contemporary Thai art jewellers in the upcoming exhibition Anew Negotiation: Thai contemporary wearable art. Exhibition curated by Bow Wasinondh.

ATTA Gallery & Bilk Gallery "Anew Negotiation "  (Noon Passama brooch Portrait # 3)

Exhibiting artists include:  Apinya Boonprakob — Vinit Koosolmanomai — Panjapol KulpapangkornTithi KutchamuchTaweesak MolsawatNoon PassamaRudee TancharoenAtinuj (Atty) Tantivit.

Vinit Koosolmanomai - Rough Gems.  - Anew Negotiation Vinit Koosolmanomai - Rough Gems

Vinit Koosolmanomai - Rough Gems 2013Vinit Koosolmanomai – Rough Gems 2013

  Panjapol Kulpapangkorn Brooches: 7 days a week with Assoc Prof. Wipha, 2014 Resin, gold plated copper Panjapol Kulpapangkorn Brooches: 7 days a week with Assoc Prof. Wipha, 2014 Resin, gold plated copper

 Tithi Kutchamuch Brooches: Model-With-Work, 2015 Tithi Kutchamuch Brooches: Model-With-Work, 2015

  Noon Passama portrait n°21Noon Passama brooch portrait n°21

 Taweesak Molsawat - 011 - 2014Taweesak Molsawat - 011 – 2014

 

Bilk Gallery
12 Palmerston Lane,
Manuka ACT 2603, Australie
Tel +61 2 6162 2761
gallery@bilk.com.au

30/01/2015

EXPO ‘SOLOƧ : Never Odd Or Even Part IV’ – ATTA Gallery, Bangkok (Thailand) – 7 Janv.-21 Fevr. 2015

SOLOƧ: Never Odd Or Even Part IV by Tanel Veenre and Märta Mattsson Exhibition  -

ATTA Gallery Bangkok, Thailand

This is the fourth exhibition by the artistic duo, Tanel Veenre and Märta Mattsson. In this exhibition, the artists explore the notion of symmetry in life and nature and its contradictions through palindromes.

SOLOƧ: Never Odd Or Even Part IV by Tanel Veenre and Märta Mattsson Exhibition  / 07 Jan 2015 - 21 Feb 2015 ATTA Gallery Bangkok, Thailand

What happens when two artists decide to mirror their own work but also reflect and bounce off each other’s visual language? Will we borrow or rob ideas from one another? Will we feel the need to be the one who must sell at tallest sum? Will our work end up at the same level? Or will ‘dammit i’m mad!’ for doing this pop up in our heads? Our new series of work has been created under an echo of two minds exploring the contradictory meanings of symmetry in nature and life. Mirrors are commonly used for personal grooming or admiring oneself. In the mirror you can see yourself, but not quite… The mirror image is reversed. In a mutual admiration can we create a mega gem? This might get interesting, won’t it now? Have we hit your radar? Come and see this top spot that is too hot to hoot!

Tanel Veenre Brooch: Palindrome XVI, 2014 Seahorses, artificial resin, silver, cosmic dust Photo by: Tanel VeenreTanel Veenre Brooch: Palindrome XVI, 2014 Seahorses, artificial resin, silver, cosmic dust Photo by: Tanel Veenre:

Märta Mattsson Brooch: Slice, 2014 Electrofromed beetle, cubic zirconia, resin, silverMärta Mattsson Brooch: Slice, 2014 Electrofromed beetle, cubic zirconia, resin, silver

 

ATTA Gallery
O.P. Garden, Unit 1109, 4,6 Charoenkrung Soi 36
10500, Charoenkrung -  Bangkok
THAILAND

20/01/2015

EXPO ‘I-Land – Carina Chitsaz-Shostary’ – ATTA Gallery, Bangkok (Thailand) – 4 Dec.2014 – 31 Janv. 2015

I-Land Mini Exhibition by Carina Chitsaz-Shostary

ATTA Gallery (Bangkok, Thailand)

 Attagallery Carina Chitsaz-Shoshtary

« What´s left of Krypton »
« The basic material for the pieces of the series „What´s left of Krypton” are thick colour sheets from a graffiti wall in our quarter. I take off the colour pads directly from the wall or collect them from the ground, when they fall off like old plaster. By carefully dividing the material into fine layers, fragments of covered graffiti appear again. As the wall is exposed to wheather conditions and the single layers connect to each other, the colour plates show surfaces that resemble ancient frescoes.
In contrast to this stands the futuristic language of the forms in which you can recover the cryptic letterings and comiclike drawings of the graffiti art.
My inspiration for these forms came from the story of the comic hero superman. His chrystal home planet Krypton meets its fait by getting destroyed by a natural catastrophe. Superman reaches earth as the only survivor. His world is lost, but still he owns a few chrystals of his home which enclose memories of all of Krypton´s knowledge like a computer chip.
My brooches too retain something- the memories of the former liveliness and rich colourings of all these lost graffiti.« 

 

Carina Chitsaz-Shoshtary - I-Land Mini Exhibition-   broochCarina Chitsaz-Shoshtary« Green and grey », brooch, 2011. Graffiti, silver, stainless steel. Photo: Mirei Takeuchi

 Carina Chitsaz-Shostary- I-Land Mini Exhibition. Carina Chitsaz-Shostary – Fiery orange, brooch, 2012. Graffiti, silver, stainless steel. Photo: Carina Chitsaz-Sh.

Carina Chitsaz-Shostary, "Volcanic islands", brooch, 2013, graffiti, silver, steelCarina Chitsaz-Shostary, « Volcanic islands », brooch, 2013, graffiti, silver, steel

Carina Chitsaz-Shostary "Break of dawn", brooch, 2013. Graffiti, silver, stainless steel. Photographer: Mirei TakeuchiCarina Chitsaz-Shostary « Break of dawn », brooch, 2013. Graffiti, silver, stainless steel.  Photo: Mirei Takeuchi

 

ATTA Gallery
O.P. Garden, Unit 1109 4,6 Soi Charoenkrung 36 Charoenkrung Road,
Bangrak Bangkok,
10500, Thailand
www.attagallery.com
mail: info@attagallery.com
tel + 662 238 6422

 

18/10/2014

EXPO ‘Give Me A Spoon’ – ATTA Gallery, Bangkok (Thailand) – 2 Oct.-9 Nov. 2014

Give Me A Spoon - – ATTA Gallery (Bangkok, Thailand)

« Give Me A Spoon” is the result of a challenge proposed by the curator Vipoo Srivilasa, in his residence at Canada. Vipoo Srivilasa wanted to withdraw the artists from their comfort zone, translating their practice into a new kind of work. The result are very different pieces, with a mix of techniques and processes but they’re all spoons.

Give Me A Spoon - - ATTA Gallery

 » It all started in September 2013 with my residency in Canada, where I challenged all of the residents to a spoon competition. The spoons created during this competition travelled to an exhibition in Kansas City and are now off to Boston with my OBJECT: SPOON project.
As all this was happening, ATTA Gallery saw a potential of a spoon exhibition in Bangkok.
I am excited to work with ATTA Gallery to stage an exhibition that explores the notion of spoon as wearable art. The exhibition features artists who work in different media from around the world. The idea is to challenge artists to create something that they do not normally create and exercise their creativity by translating their practice into a new kind of work. Most importantly, it is for the artists to have fun! »  Vipoo Srivilasa, Curator

 

Artist list

Albert Yonathan Setyawan — Atty Tantivit — Caroline Cheng — Chumpon Utayophat –  Cyrus Tang — David Clarke — Gabriella Bisetto & Christopher Boha — Jorge Manilla — Hadrian Mendoza — Louise Saxton — M.L. Pawinee Sukhaswasdi Santisiri — Marianne Hallberg — Maureen Williams — Mutlu Baskaya — Nayoung Im — Nucharin Wangpongsawasd — Poly Nikolopoulou — Pornprasert Ryo Yamazaki — Prang Lerttaweewit — Prayut Sirikul –  Simon Cottrell — Takeng Pattanopas & Pim Sudhikam – Tithi KutchamuchUlrich Reithofer — Vicki Grima — Vinit Koosolmanomai — Wasinburee Supanichvoraparch — Yiumsiri Vantanapindu — Yusee Kensaku

David Clarke, Spoon,David Clarke, Spoon - Pewter,  EPNS (Electroplated Nickel Silver Spoon)

 Jorge Manilla Spoon: Untitled, SilverJorge Manilla Spoon: Untitled, Silver

Prayut Sirikul Spoon: Embroidery Beads, silverPrayut Sirikul Spoon: Embroidery Beads, silver

Simon Cottrell Spoon: Untitled Silver +10% Zinc alloy, Monel, Recycled woven nylon cordSimon Cottrell Spoon: Untitled Silver +10% Zinc alloy, Monel, Recycled woven nylon cord

Gabriella Bisetto and Christopher Boha Spoon: Untitled Glass and magnetGabriella Bisetto and Christopher Boha Spoon: Untitled Glass and magnet

Yiumsiri Kaï Vantanapindu wearable spoonsYiumsiri Kaï Vantanapindu wearable spoons

 

 

ATTA Gallery
O.P. Garden, Unit 1109 4,6 Soi Charoenkrung 36 Charoenkrung Road,
Bangrak Bangkok,
10500, Thailand
www.attagallery.com
mail: info@attagallery.com
tel + 662 238 6422

 

 

 

26/08/2014

EXPO ‘Jiro Kamata: I-Land’ – ATTA Gallery, Bangkok (Thailand) – 31 Juill.-27 Sept. 2014

Jiro Kamata: I-Land

Jieo Kamata expo(Brooch: Momentopia, 2008-2010 – Camera Lens, paint, silver)

For the “I-Land” Mini Exhibition, Jiro chose to exhibit three series of work—’Momentopia (2008-2010), Arboresque (2010-2012) and Spiegel (2011-2013)’—all made with camera lenses.
Jewellery is an object of value. This is the single most important notion in my work as an artist-jeweller.
I make jewellery from old camera lenses. The lenses I use have already retired from active duty, covered in a light layer of dust, sitting in some obscure corner in a camera shop. But imagine if we were able to talk with these lenses, what great stories they might tell us! They have witnessed so many memorable and precious moments from people’s lives.
An investigation of the meaning of ‘value’ is integral in the work of goldsmiths such as myself. What is the real meaning of value for human beings? This question, always present in my mind, is what drives me to keep creating jewellery.
Jiro Kamata

 Jiro Kamata Brooch: Arboresque, 2010-2012 Camera Lens, paint, silverJiro Kamata Brooch: Arboresque, 2010-2012 Camera Lens, paint, silver

Jiro Kamata Pendant: Spiegel, 2011-2013 Camera Lens, mirror, silverJiro Kamata Pendant: Spiegel, 2011-2013 Camera Lens, mirror, silver

 

 

ATTA Gallery
O.P. Garden, Unit 1109, 4,6 Charoenkrung Soi 36
10500, Charoenkrung Road, Bangrak – Bangkok
Thailand
Telephone: + 662 238 6422
website: www.attagallery.com
mail: info@attagallery.com

14/08/2014

EXPO ‘From Chaos to Comprehension’ – ATTA Gallery, Bangkok (Thailand‎) – 21 Aout-27 Sept. 2014

 « From Chaos to Comprehension » curated by Nanna Grønborg 7 contemporary Jewellery artists, all graduated from the MA ‘Jewellery, Silversmithing and Related Products’ at Birmingham City University, UK between 2010 and 2013

From Chaos to Comprehension

 

Participating Artists:  Panjapol Kulpapangkorn (Thailand) –  Nanna Grønborg (Denmark/Germany) — Fliss Quick (England) — Hannah Fewtrell- Bolton (England)  — Natalie Smith (England) — Farrah Al-Dujaili (England) — Xiao Liu (China)

Farrah Al-DujailiFarrah Al- Dujaili (England)
Farrah Al- Dujaili’s design methodology is equal measures of intuitive play and measured control. Often tempted by the suggestion of new forms held within a piece, she imposed restraint to stay with the form of the Venus flytrap but plays with its endless compositional possibilities. Each component is individually soldered ensuring no one piece is the same to uphold the idiosyncratic aesthetic of her work. By using one single form multiple times she attempts to reveal the machinations of her mind at work as pieces germinate into different compositions.

Natalie SmithNatalie Smith (England)
My work explores the ideas of growth, transformation and disintegration. I create pieces by combining permanent and temporary materials such as paint, metal and sugar.
I find inspiration in surrealist science fiction, which is rich in atmosphere and imagery. Many of the books describe apocalyptic landscapes and alternate worlds that are on the brink of geographical catastrophes. In these dramatic dreamscapes there are no utopias, emphasis is placed on mental explorations and evocative journeys of the isolated humans.
This collection focuses on the term ‘Wear and Tear’, which can be used to describe damage, depreciation or loss.

From Chaos to Comprehension - Nanna GronborgNanna Grønborg (Denmark/Germany)

My jewellery is a body related tool used to comment on problems arising from the collision of the man-made and the conditions of nature. This collision, in combination with the ongoing fusion of cultures fascinates me and it affects my work as my own life is a cultural combination. I use theoretical tools like semiotics and the science of perception to reflect on these topics with a touch of irony. The contradictions between the rational and the intuitive, between what we see and what we make of it feed my jewellery universe. My investigation into the interrelationships between objects and the imagination is an ongoing process. My way of working is to draw on diverse methods, which help me to be aware of every decision including those which deliberately allow for chance. I strive to reach a subtle, sometimes minimalist aesthetic in my work, leaving it to the beholder to decode its message. It should irritate as much as it stimulates reflection. A few words on the new pieces from the 2014 series called Midas’ Musa: In ancient Greek mythology King Midas got his wish fulfilled that all he touched may turn into gold. Musa is the Latin botanical name for banana. I imposed the restriction on myself to stay with one form and fuse it with one intellectual idea to make my point and raise some questions about habit and routine. This series is literally Food for thought.

From Chaos to Comprehension - Xiao LiuXiao Liu (China) The Rice Stone is intended to represent this original spiritual force, which is rough and dynamic; the work is researched through and visually related to ritualistic forms of the prehistoric age. Rice and dust are used as the main materials in my work, which are common and usually unattractive. The working process transforms the ephemeral substance into precious and durable rough stone and I use laborious stone-cutting techniques to shape and polish the stones to bring out their crystalline structures ordered in repetitive formations. The concept is presented through a series of speculative practice which including jewellery, installation, photography, text and performance

From Chaos to Comprehension - Fliss QuickFliss Quick (England) Fliss Quick’s jewellery can be viewed as anecdotal evidence; pieces which allude to an earlier event. She works as a narrator conjuring protagonists and their consequent environments or scenarios to build a vocabulary of making to evoke stories. This process allows her to present social comment in a removed and playful manner. Where she presents pieces as pseudo-factual objects, blurring the distinction between fact and fiction, she looks to raise questions about and essentially subvert, social norms and assumptions. « Office Folk » explores what happens when the spirit of ‘folk’ interrupts the usual expectations of an office environment. A bored office worker, who lingers in the stock cupboard, finds alternative uses for the tools and stationery he discovers: Employing makeshift methods he mis-appropriates and adapts common place objects to create escritoires (desk companions) to tickle, cheer and now with the departmental shuffle, flirt with his new colleague.

Hannah Fewtrell-Bolton  Hannah Fewtrell-Bolton (England)
Fascinated by the fashion world Hannah Fewtrell-Bolton draws on its design terminology to create her Jewellery. Strongly influenced by street fashion and it’s capability to create an individual appearance, her collections are defined by the urge to make a statement and cause a reaction. Hannah’s new work explores the ideas of individuality and fashion through contemporary textiles and illustration. The fast life of a fashion style is contradicted by the direct use of a traditional tool – the stitching frame – which again highlights the contemporary aspects of the graphics chosen.
The essence of her work can be explored by the simple pleasure of seeing.

Panjapol Kulpapangkorn "Pai" (Thailand)Panjapol Kulpapangkorn « Pai » (Thailand)
“Everybody has their own jewellery, But not everyone realises that they have already worn it.”
Panjapol Kulpapangkorn recorded and collected memories from places visited by using film, sound, diary, photographs and found objects. All these things have a strong emotional and physical relationship in his work. The precious memory is very personal and individual. He defines it as a piece of jewellery that is still a part of him and with him all the time and as such it is worn, not on the body but in the mind:
“7 days a week with assoc. Prof. Wipha” is a part of the “Jewellery is at my feet, the show is yours” project. The project focuses on Wipha Kulpapangkorn’s memories (my lovely mom) who suffer from a Frontotemporal Dementia (this form of FTD affects social skills, emotions, personal conduct and self-awareness). After returning to Bangkok In 2013 I started this project by spending a month doing a documentary film on my mom (Suspended in Green exhibition). This project is still continuously developed for my own research on ways to find directions of communication.”

    

Atta Gallery
OP Garden, Unit 1109, Charoenkrung 36, Bangrak,
Bangkok, Thailand 10500
tel +66 2 238 6422
info@attagallery.com
http://attagallery.com
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