Japanese artist Eiji Sumi feels at home in Bangkok due to the familiar sight of tangled power cables. The artist from Tokyo is now based in New York City, and Sumi realises how living in a place that puts all the power cables underground makes it more orderly and beautiful. This observation has led him to create his first solo exhibition in this City of Angels.
LEFT Eiji Sumi, standing next to his drawing of the spectacular Wat Phra Si Sanphet in Ayutthaya. The drawing shows an example of beautiful scenery in Thailand that is free from power cables.
RIGHT A power pole dominated the exhibition.
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