The Faculty of Decorative Arts, Silpakorn University, cordially invites all art and design lovers to the exhibition titled "What's The Hex", a presentation of design research projects by six doctoral graduates in design arts, as part of Bangkok Design Week 2022. The show features six research-led design works that aim to push Thai creativity forward and bring new life to cities and their people.
- "Essence of Cultural District: Sustainable Development of Bangkok" by Ek Thongprasert
- "Circular Design Innovation: Fashion Waste Design for Longevity through Emotional Attachment" by Jirapan Wongtongsanguan
- "Enhancing Thai Art with Generative and Procedural Method" by Tanat Jiravansirikul
- "Aesthetic of Khon: Sensory Interaction Design for Intellectual Stimulation" by Yathana Pakawattanakoson
- "Creative Pottery of Dan Kwian as The Environment Friendly Product" by Racha Thongphak
- "Design of Interactive Media in Buddhist Concept of Proprioception for Youth" by Panasuddhi Suddhiprakarn
"What's The Hex" will be on display at Chutie is Baking : Charoen43 Art & Eatery, from 5 to 13 February 2022, 10:00-18:00 hrs. For more information and the location of the exhibition, please visit: https://www.bangkokdesignweek.com/bkkdw2022/program/9908.
About 'BKKDW 2022'
Bangkok Design Week 2022 gives space to designers, creators, entrepreneurs, producers, artists, public agencies, and individuals in different fields to explore ideas for coexistence with COVID-19 as a prelude to the finding of a new way of life and the preparation for the future.
The fifth edition of Bangkok Design Week will be organized from 5 to 13 February 2022 with the theme of "Co With Creation" with a focus on three aspects: 1) encouraging creators' creativity and experimentation to create new normal lifestyles, 2) supporting creative businesses and communities to generate income, and 3) revitalizing the vigour of Charoenkrung-Talad Noi, Samyan, Ari-Pradipat, Thonglor-Ekkamai, Phra Nakhon, and other districts, as well as the people in the districts, through online and offline activities.
Source: fyi bangkok