As part of the upcoming Photo Bangkok, the city’s annual photography festival where local and international photographers showcase their work across different venues throughout Bangkok, Perspectives, a SATI exhibition, experiments with the psyche of human perspective.
In case you're unfamiliar with the foundation, which is helmed by Thailand Tatler Generation T alumnus Sakson Rouypirom, SATI is a non-profit organisation striving to alleviate the plight of underprivileged children and, by extension, contribute to the betterment of society as whole.
Not only a form of visual art, photography is a means of expression and a way of communicating thoughts and feelings. The result of a collaborative project involving SATI volunteers, made up of instructors, photographers, artists and one of SATI’s students (an at-risk youth), the exhibition explores the idea of perspectives shaped by expectations and emotions manifested through internal and external stimuli—posing questions " how do we see others?", "how do we see ourselves?" and "how does society at large see us?"
Admire the works of Virunan Chiddaycha, Chatchawan Jantachotibutr, Ekalak Klunson and "nong Som" from July 7 until August 26 at Case Space, Broccoli Revolution. For further information, call 0-2662-5002.