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The Bangkok Post

Contemporary artist Arin Rungjang’s enigmatic artwork in “Oblivion” is a testament to the ingenious manner with which he addresses his subject matter, in this case, site-specific works bringing together video, installations and paintings. In this process, he creates a metaphysical existence of being and the state of nothingness in relation to the inherent desire for man to be free. Housed at Nova Contemporary Gallery from today until early next year, the veteran artist’s work takes you through the history of King Rama VI, coupled with his private life-changing memories that reflect on the univ…

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