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An exploration of light on the mighty Chao Phraya River


The Chao Phraya has long been the lifeblood of Bangkok; the waterway serving as a key route for both trade and transport, a source of food and an embodiment of spiritual energy. Its turbulent waters are broken into a myriad of reflective surfaces, a shimmering patchwork of light dancing to the rhythm of the Thai capital


Mae Nam (Mother water) explores these surfaces across a collection of over 100 gold, copper and silver contoured forms 


Inspired by the delicate shapes and curves found in Thailand’s rich art and cultural history, these forms create patterns of light as you move around the sculpture echoing the energy of the body of water which flows through the city

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