JUNE 22 – JULY 22, 2017

Pirak Anurakyawachon has been working as an architectural photographer since 1997. He has flashed out the changes of cities and the world through his camera lenses as if they were one of his organs to keep all of the world’s stories. Of course, photography is a good source of historical evidence for showing the contemporary rush of our everyday lifestyles. In the exhibition Parallel, Pirak looked   back at his  past  work and all of the photos he took, and then returned to those places once again. He compared his photos from the past with this present time. They reflected many changes through the places and times such as   the uncertain economic turns, environmental problems, political issues, and even evidence of   unfair societies. The photos also pose questions to humans as to whether we are moving toward furthering  civilization or its   collapse. The photos from Parallel aim to open   our minds to the parallel ideal world and hopes of humans for their  cities by sharing   ideas and posing questions as to if we are living a vanishing  goal or lost in this certain time.

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