Until January 15
Atit Sornsongkram creates illusion with photographic techniques in order to raise questions about the “realism” in photography. He uses image editing, which is similar to the way the painter paints on canvas. However, his work has a different visual result—it’s meant to “bother” our perception. It is not smooth like what we expect. To look at his photography makes us question the realness in the image under the neatly composed beauty. We want to believe in what we first see, but it is something different from what we expect. The resolution and the blurred focus make his work attractive and mysterious at once.
2198/10-11, Narathiwas Soi 22
Viewing hours: Tue-Sat, 12pm–6pm
Tel: 089 988 5890 | www.facebook.com/galleryver