Cocoon: Lost and Found

Somnuek Klangnok (Kru Parn)

In Parn Somnuek Klangnok’s first solo exhibition in Thailand, the acclaimed artist of charming characters has created a space for visitors to commune with joys that have fallen by the wayside.

The early chapters of life form the reservoir of experience that irrigates Kru Parn’s first solo exhibition in Thailand, Cocoon: Lost and Found, where visitors can reap simple joys that have been long neglected, and escape from the mayhem of the real world. They will make the acquaintance of “Cocoon”, a small boy of extraterrestrial origins, tenderly ‘cocooned’ in a blanket, who observes the world through large, elliptical eyes, parsing everything that happens before him in order to learn how to live with happiness on this earth.

Kru Parn hopes that visitors will experience this exhibition as a wellspring of refreshing positivity, for he believes that even the partial dilution and palliation of suffering can move us to recall happier times– and that may be just the catalyst needed to orient us towards joy once more.

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