Biorhythm is a print and video Art Installation as part of RMUTL International Art Workshop 2018. between 1.
Biorhythm is an abstract body painting in the them of circle of life. Each entering represents the 4 parts of our human life which are Birth, Aged, Illness and Death. By using 4 colors to represent each sections Red = Birth, Yellow - Aged, Green = Illness, Black = Death.
Music by Nampark Sribanditmongkol Print and Video edited and produced by Nakarin Jaikla
Location:Rajamangala University of Technology Lanna, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Date: 14th - 17th February 2018
Biorhythm - Video Art installation
VOID 4.1 is a print and video art installation as part of the 13th International Art Festival and Workshop 2018.
The title of "VOID 4.1" came from Japanese Buddhist Philosophy of 5 element and VOID is the fifth element plus number 4.1, which is the number from Thailand 4.0 strategy. As Nakarin would like to parody that strategy so the number become 4.1 instead, to show that he has developed it further.
VIOD 4.1 combined the belief of Japanese Buddhist philosophy and Thai folk belief in the spirit. The movement of the fabric presents the energy of VOID element and the colors represent the spirit in the Thai culture.
Music by Numpark Sribanditmongkol
Print and Video edited and produced by Nakarin Jaikla
Location: Poh-Chang Academy of Arts, RMUTR in Bangkok Thailand
Date: 7th - 10th February 2018
VOID 4.1 - Video Art Installation
“VOID” is the latest visual art series that incorporates his passion in dancing to a contemporary video art. He used an improvisation and Butoh dance technique to create abstract body forms. After carefully selection the location and material, he then decided on the composition of video frames. His works are quite unique due to his dance training background and his performing experience. These will present the audience with a dimension of culture between Thai and Australian.
Nakarin uses different materials, which is giving a variety of visual, energy and effect through his body movement. The contrast between the surface, colour and texture is what audiences would recognise in this series. “These are the symbol of mystery – representing the idea that our people have a secret energy in our soul and if we know that strength well enough, there will be a equilibrium in our body.”
Event: VOID exhibition
Venue: Blackcat Gallery, Collingwood, Australia
Date: 14 September - 3 October 2017
Photo by Candice Boonjua
VOID - Video Art Installation
“Freedom” is a visual art series that display the Southeast Asia character in his work by using the crafting technique in the main character. The story is all about a bird migrates over the sea to the new home and also travels back to the original home. The journey may not smooth as always, sometime there are some difficulty occur along the journey. No matter what happen, the show must goes on, the story still moving forward. Nothing can stop the journey like that bird still keep flying from “A home to A home”.
This work was part of group exhibition "From a home to a home: A story of migration"
Event: From a home to a home: A story of migration
Venue: Brunswick Street Gallery, Fitzroy Australia
Date: 25 November - 8 December 2016
About Art work
Size: 21cm X 29.7cm
Frame: 32.5cm X 43cm
Technique: watercolor and pen on paper with woven paper
Price: $299.00 AUD ( $500.00 in pair)
Freedom 1A : N/A
Freedom 1B: N/A
Freedom 2A: Available
Freedom 2B: Available
Freedom 3A: Available
Freedom 3B: Available
Let's Cross The Sea
“Let’s Cross The Sea” is the group exhibition of Australian artists who returned back from The 11th International Art Workshop in Bangkok, Thailand. This exhibition was a grand opening of Blackcat Gallery.
The artists are
- Tania Smith - Kubota Fumikazu - Eddie Botha - Pimpisa Tinpalit - Nakarin Jaikla
Nakarin Jaikla exhibited "Let's Me See The world" photography series and he also created the second part of "Let's me see the world" as a video installation art, to give the dimension of his work.
Event: “Let’s Cross The Sea”
Venue: Blackcat Gallery, Hawthorn, Australia
Date: 11 February – 1 March 2016
Photo by Polnusak Wongsasook
Video Edit by Nakarin Jaikla
Let's me see the world II 1
Let's me see the world II 2
Let's me see the world II 3
Let's me see the world II 4
Let's Me See The World
Nakarin Jaikla represent Australian Artist to create and workshop along with other artists from 19 countries and local artists over 150 people together. Nakarin Jaikla collaborated his work with Polnusak Wongsasook, the lecturer of Poh-Chang Academy of Arts to exhibited his performing art in visual art and also performed his work in the opening ceremony in front of Vira Rojphojchanarat the Minister of culture and the president of the opening ceremony of The 11th International Art Workshop Festival 2016 exhibition.
Life is always constructing themselves by some conditions. No matter what happen to each of us in our lifetime, we will face some similar situation that we cannot escape from it and we may be get a trap in that situation for a while or maybe never be able to come out from that situation at all.
“This Visual Performing Photography is represent the story of people in Thailand who live with a difficult life condition that perhaps they would like to go out and sees the real world. The world that they can’t bring themselves out from their life's circle”
Event: The 11th International Art Workshop Festival 2016 in Bangkok, Thailand.