About the exhibition
In the flow of life, there is a necessity for an interlude from the mundanity of daily existence. An interval, a pause of action, a time to rest, to reflect and recharge in order for life to continue and be more bearable.
A city can likewise be viewed as a living organism, full of complex systems and the interlace of countless elements. It too needs a break, a time to rest, a period to breathe. In Interlude, Ekkarat Punyatara presents images of Bangkok during these moments, where only traces of humans are left.
Ekkarat is Thailand’s National Geographic photographer. He enjoys human interaction. The majority of his work involves people in social settings. The images selected for this exhibition, were those that slipped through the gaps, presenting a break, a time for introspection and solitude. This is a gentle time of emptiness, an interlude in a metropolis without any action. It is the time given to a city that has been through so much exploitation, a city that is so giving and open to all walks of life.
Saturday 3 August 2019, 6-9 pm
4 August – 22 September 2019