Japanese artist Eiji Sumi returns to the Bangkok art scene once again with his new obsession. Now based in Bangkok, last year he staged a mixed-media exhibition inspired by wire cables. In his exhibition that premiered last week, he shows us how obsessive he is with construction sites.
Sumi transformed his observation of building work in Bangkok into the show "Under Construction", which is comprised of paintings and installations. His works are inspired by the "combine" movement of late American artist Robert Rauschenberg; in Sumi's work, he combines found objects and images with lighting and new media.
The top floor is a mixed-media room where Sumi combines his obsession in construction with his imagination and artistic skills.
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