FUTURE FACTORY BANGKOK presents
THE SHAPE OF COLOUR
a solo art show by Karma
5 – 10 p.m.
Exhibiting 11/11/17 – 12/12/17
Gallery Hours 1pm – 7pm tues – sun
You are cordially invited!
A multi-series exhibit of beautifully vibrant paintings, drawings, wall hanging sculptures, murals, digital art & projections. This solo exhibition culminates three years of work into Karma’s experimental developments in abstract-surrealism. Her uniquely complex visual language is suggestively inspired by female anatomy, music, organic shapes and geometric urban structures. Karma’s aim is to hypnotically overwhelm viewers into a meditative self-reflective trance.
“The Shape of Colour
The lines of space
The rhythm of light
A dance of harmony
And explosive femininity
Time doesn’t exist
In this place of movement
I am Alive.”
Karma Sirikogar is one of the most exciting artists based in Bangkok, regularly exhibiting and part of the art conversation in Thailand. She has a mixed background from Thailand, India & Singapore.
This diversity is reflected Karma’s explosively dimensional works, which transcend cultural boundaries into a universal aesthetic, conveying a sense of meditative formalism through the exploration of line, form, movement, space and colour.
Karma has been artistically trained at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in Australia and Tagore’s Kala Bhavan Institute of Fine Arts in India. She has exhibited as well as participated in numerous art residencies around the world, has work in private collections and worked with brands like Vodafone, Starboard, Esquire magazine, Freitag and Converse.
Her artistic heroes (in no particular order) are Kandinksy, M.C. Escher, Hilma Af Klint, S.H Raza, Stanton Mcdonald Wright, Ruth Asawa, Georgia O’ Keefe, Pratuang Emjoroen, Dale Chihuly, Amrita Sher-Gill, Roberto Matta, Barbara Kasten, Naum Gabo, S. Dali & Judy Chicago”
Future Factory Bangkok:
Warning: super trippy. This is a projection mapped canvas painting.. collaborated with an amazing friend and vj, deyan. Shown at bridge art space