Rama 1 Road, Pathumwan Until Feb 10 Call 02-287-0942
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre presents "Hear Here: A Sound Installation Exhibition" at the Ramp Space, 7th-9th Floors. The concept of the Hear Here experience is in whispering to people to make them perceive the cosmos of sounds encircling them. The most important aim is to open them to new experiences from the same old sounds that keep striking against us. Sounds are here to be heard. Hear Here portrays experiences and stories of sounds that are installed in the given space in order to create perception.
Eat Me Restaurant
Convent Road, Silom 3pm-1am Until Feb 5 Call 02-238-0931
Steven Simon's "Spiral" is based on geometry in nature _ a study of structure, volume and space. The very act of planting seeds, watching them grow into plants and observing how they develop informs us how Simon sees and thinks about shapes, textures and spiralling structures.
His materials and method of mould-making capture the textured surfaces of flowers and vegetables that evoke spiral forms reminiscent of the DNA helix and galaxies.
Sathon Soi 12 Wed-Mon, 10am-6pm Until Jan 27 Call 081-310-4428
H Gallery presents new works by Sopheap Pich, his second solo exhibition at the gallery since 2007, titled "In Spite Of Order". His works have featured at the Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, Brisbane (2009), Here/Not Here at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco (2011), Singapore Biennale (2011), and dOCUMENTA (13) in Germany (2012), and other noted shows. "In Spite Of Order" is a selection of Sopheap's current wall-bound grid structures made from his signature use of bamboo, rattan, burlap and earth pigments. Works on paper are also included and show interest in the artist's initial training as a painter while providing an insight into his working methods.
Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre
Rama 1 Road, Pathumwan Until Feb 17 Call 02-287-0942
Bangkok Art and Culture Centre presents "Siam App Exhibition (Siam Application/Appreciate/Apply)". This exhibition publicises value, beauty and knowledge of Thai art through works of 50 new artists. Inspired by religion and local culture, they present the beauty of Buddhist and folk art through their works and photographs. The exhibition traces the development of Thai art and related techniques and procedures since ancient times as well as the activities of these artists.