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Toh: Me, My Work And Everything In Between by Vinit Koosolmonomai, Prayut Sirikul, Panjapol Kulpapangkorn

Exhibition  /  08 Apr 2015  -  16 May 2015
Published: 08.04.2015
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Intro
This exhibition aims to find a common ground between the three artists and to use the same physical space in order to communicate their stories through their work of contemporary art jewelry.

Artist list

Vinit Koosolmonomai, Panjapol Kulpapangkorn, Prayut Sirikul
About exhibition:
The interesting thing about the connection between ourselves and the work we created is that it communicates our thoughts and stories, and is as much a “part” of the artwork we created in terms of our experience and our ways of life.

About the artists:

Vinit:  My work is like a representation of myself in many ways…my belief, my thoughts, my feelings and my tastes.  For me, working on a piece is like a journey from one point to another.  And the journey itself is as important as reaching the destination.

Prayut:  My experimental space portrays stories and viewpoints through age-old traditional embroidery techniques used with various daily life materials, both new and old, that call for patience and concentration. It is my goal to show that objects made with my hands, needles and threads can be more than just craft.

Panjapol:  The “space” that connects me to my work came from my experience, my frustration, my way of life and in turn creates concepts for the work created.  Each piece is created from my real life’s story at a particular moment that is influential to the “space” mentioned above.

About TOH-CRAFT:
Vinit, Prayut and Panjapol got together and founded TOH-CRAFT in 2013.  “Toh” means table, desk or bench as in workbench in Thai. All three have the same goal in creating interesting contemporary art jewelry, even though they employ different working styles.

 
Prayut Sirikul. Brooch: Fake Jewelry, 2015. Gold thread, silver thread, silk, pearls, bead. Prayut Sirikul
Brooch: Fake Jewelry, 2015
Gold thread, silver thread, silk, pearls, bead
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Prayut Sirikul. Brooch: Flowerworks, 2015. Sequins, silk. Prayut Sirikul
Brooch: Flowerworks, 2015
Sequins, silk
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Vinit Koosolmanomai. Pendant: Mosquitoes Love Blue, 2015. Brass, wood, cord. Vinit Koosolmanomai
Pendant: Mosquitoes Love Blue, 2015
Brass, wood, cord
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Vinit Koosolmanomai. Pendant: Mosquitoes Love Blue, 2015. Brass, wood, cord. Vinit Koosolmanomai
Pendant: Mosquitoes Love Blue, 2015
Brass, wood, cord
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Panjapol Kulpapangkorn. Pendant: Everyday Longan, 2015. Mixed-media. Part of: “Do not Disturb” project. Panjapol Kulpapangkorn
Pendant: Everyday Longan, 2015
Mixed-media
Part of: “Do not Disturb” project
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Panjapol Kulpapangkorn. Brooch: Life is in the Shipyard, 2015. Mixed-media. Part of: “Do not Disturb” project. Panjapol Kulpapangkorn
Brooch: Life is in the Shipyard, 2015
Mixed-media
Part of: “Do not Disturb” project
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