Eat Me Restaurant presents “Anu-Sti”, Anu-Sti showcases photographs taken by a 21-year-old Chulalongkorn University student, Waranthorn Tachakunakorn, who explores how the human mind copes with living in a society oppressed by fear and violence.
Fear has the power and the ability to extract our minds and viciously kidnap it from the peaceful place of the subconsciousness. That which we worry about or the emotional distress becomes an inner motivator to trigger repeating images in our heads, bearing similar resemblances to a film which is on repeat playing over and over again. While these images play out in our minds, our psyche becomes involuntarily affected, inducing stress and discomfort to many which experiences the same masochistic processes that builds up all the emotions within. The accumulated emotional excrement becomes the inspiration behind the exhibition "Anu-Sti," a photographic exploration and first solo exhibition.
Photographs from “Anu-Sti” will be on display at EAT ME from February 7th- March 4th 2012. Eat Me Restaurant is open to the public daily between 3 PM and 1AM. The restaurant/gallery is located next to the Carmelite Monastery on Convent Road near the Sala Daeng Sky Train Station. More information call : 02-238-0931or Eatmerestaurant.com
February 07, 2012 to March 04, 2012
- Open days
1:0 to 0:0
Anu-Sti, 34 Soi Pipat 2, Convent Rd., Si Lom, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500 Thailand
- Phone number
+66 (0) 2-238-0931
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