Friday, February 22, 2008

Hybridization Concept

Hybridization Concept
if we stop to think about many objects that surround us today - if we look at their structure or the materials they are made from - object like a fluorescent light bulb, for example - we can see that they owe their existence to an amazing scientific process that transforms flat, two-dimensional designs on the computer screen into three-dimensional reality. Many of the living things in the world today are also the end result of a similar process of transformation. Set in motion by changes in the environment and essential to the survival of the species, this process, and one which operates completely independently of human influence or control.

A similar process is at work in the world of art. By combining disparate elements, elements of varying size, proportion, texture, color, concept and structure, artists are able to create a kind of conceivable vagueness. By bringing together more than two different element, they produce an object that previously in the world today, where unrelated objects and ideas collide to form new structures and forms, and where our ability to recognize the size, proportion, texture, color and concept of each component part is limited. Likewise, we are able to perceive only vaguely what has been lost in the combining of various parts. Instead, what results is an accretion, or a layering of disparate elements. Due to advances in science and technology, the ease of modern-day travel, and the proliferation of telecommunications equipment, this is becoming an increasingly common phenomenon. It is a phenomenon I refer to as the hybridization concept.

This concept had informed much of the work over the past number of years. I first began to explore the theme when I was living in Vienna, Austria. I had to cope with a lot of problems there, but regardless of the difficulties I faced, I learned that I could use art as a means of bridging to cultural and linguistic gaps I experienced. All the works in Hybridization Concept is an example to explore this idea and also lead to all "Experimental Video Art, Exhibition Thai-European Friendship" project.

written by Komson Nookiew

From photos begins from below:

- Hybridization Project Part 1 "Anna-Nitaya Laimanee-Gause" Photography and Drawing, 1998. Exhibited in Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, Austria.
- Hybridization Project Part 3 "Thailand, my friend (Chonburi) - Austria I am (Vienna)", 1998. Video Installation. Exhibited in General Foundation display, Vienna, Austria.
- Hybridization Project Part 4 "I am with time" 1999. Photography and performance, Exhibited in Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, Austria.
- Hybridization Project Part 6 "Flags world" 2000. Video Installation, Wiener Secession, Vienna, Austria.
- Hybridization Project Part 9 "lean me" 2000. Installation, Vienna, Austria.


Komson Nookiew

Born 1970 Bangkok Thailand.


1986 - 1989
Study in College of Fine Arts, Bangkok, Thailand.
1990 - 1995
Study in Faculty Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, Bangkok, Thailand (with second honor).
1995 - 2000
Study in Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, Austria.
Diploma by Professor Michelangelo Pistoletto.
2000 - 2002
Work as assistant by Professor Eva Schlegel.
Since -2003
Work as Art Instructor at Fine Art Department,
The Faculty of Architecture,
King Monkut’s Institute of Technology,
Lad Krabang, Bangkok, Thailand.


- Experimental Video Art 8 Exhibition,
Thai–European Friendship 2011,
at 8 universities galleries.
- Madifesto Art festival, ChiangMai, Thailand.

- “Mini Sculpture”, KMITL, Bangkok
- Experimental Video Art 7 Exhibition,
Thai–European Friendship 2010,
at 8 universities galleries.

- Experimental Video Art 6 Exhibition,
Thai–European Friendship 2009.
Bangkok. At Burapa University, Chonburi,
At Silpakorn University, at ChiangMai
At College of Fine Arts, Ladkabang, Bangkok,
At KingMukut’s Institute of Technology,
Ladkabang, Bangkok.
-Teachers’ gift, Silom Galleria, Bangkok.

-Experimental Video Art 5 Exhibition,
Thai–European Friendship 2008. Bangkok.
-Visual Art Festival 55 th College of Fine Arts,
Gueen Sirikit gallery, Bangkok.

- 60 year Anniversary of
His Majesty's accession to throne,
Art Exhibition, KMITL, Bangkok,
- Sufficiency The Heart of Nature
Art Exhibition, The Silom Galerrian,
Bangkok, Thailand.
- Experimental Video Art 4 Exhibition,
Thai - European Friendship,
Department of Applied Art Studies,
Silpakorn University, Nakorn Pathom,
- Experimental Video Art 4 Exhibition,
Thai–European Friendship.
King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology,
Ladkabang, Bangkok, Thailand.
- Experimental Video Art 4 Exhibition,
Bunditpatanasilata Institute,
Bangkok, Thailand.
- Experimental Video Art 4 Exhibition,
Burapha university,
Chonburi, Thailand.
- Experimental Video Art 4 Exhibition,
ChiangMai University,
Chiang Mai, Thailand.
- "World DIDAC Asia 2007"
Queen Sirikit National Convention Center,
Bangkok, Thailand.

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