Taona Sonakul "Foto Constructs"

Kathleen Cullen Fine Arts

poster for Taona Sonakul "Foto Constructs"

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Taona Sonakul’s work captures the metaphysics of nature; such as earth, air, fire, water, and light. Sonakul breaks down the barrier between a staged scenic photograph and natural forms. To open the viewer up to re-experiencing actual interaction with an immersion in a natural force is Sonakul’s intention. Sonakul’s art is not about formal arrangement, but about the ever-shifting nature of perception and feeling as an individual-with what tools they have at hand-encounters the world. Sonakul projects her own sense of self onto these images to find what appears to be navels, nipples, and body curves; garment falls, fret-boards, fretwork, and even chords and transpositions in the surfaces around her. It is a masterly example of Sonakul making something out of nothing, conjuring, through cubistic phenomenology, an oblique self-portrait in the depersonalizing void of a largely prefabricated life. Between static form and growth, lies the strength that allows us all to relate, and Taona Sonakul captures that capacity with faithful brilliance.



from May 11, 2012 to June 08, 2012

Opening Reception on 2012-05-11 from 18:00 to 21:00


Taona Sonakul

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    Taona Sonakul "Foto Construct" at Kathleen Cullen Fine Arts

    She expresses her vision in a cascade of viewpoints that mirror the diversity and magnitude of visually perceived reality.

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