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Muscles that ripple


Artist Kma Sirisamphan has put all his creative energy into his first bronze sculpture solo exhibition titled “Weaving Narratives: Awaken” showing at Subhashok the Arts Centre from now until September 10.

Kma does not like being restrained and contrived as an artist, instead preferring to be flexible and open, qualities that have become the direction for his creativity. In this series, he successfully brings together the subject matter with developmental thinking. 
“In my opinion, I, as an artist, have a responsibility to not only create aesthetic works but to also remind people to be mindful,” he says.
Born in 1966, Kma graduated from Silpakorn University with a Bachelor in Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts in 1992. After receiving his degree he had one group thesis exhibition, and joined the 37th National Exhibition of Art, then formed an event organising company that used art as a key tool.
Throughout the series in this exhibition, Kma shines a spotlight on the curvature of the sculptures. The form of the muscles exhibits an emotional force and the attention to detail establishes a middle ground where abstract meets realism. 
Find out more at (02) 662 0299 or visit www.Sac.Gallery.com.

Published : August 21, 2017

By : The Nation