DANGCHANOK PONGDAM

GRADUATE // PAINTING

Artworks

WE-US
WE-US

80X60 CMS.

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WE-US
WE-US

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UNDER MIND GAMBIT
UNDER MIND GAMBIT

ACRYLIC ON CANVAS 80X60 CMS

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UNDER MIND GAMBIT
UNDER MIND GAMBIT

ACRYLIC ON CANVAS 80X60 CMS

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HOTTEST PINK
HOTTEST PINK

ACRYLIC ON CANVAS 70X50 CMS

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HOTTEST PINK
HOTTEST PINK

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UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN

ACRYLIC ON CANVAS 53X122 CMS

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UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN

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BLUE PERIOD
BLUE PERIOD

ACRYLIC ON CANVAS 70X50 CMS

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BLUE PERIOD
BLUE PERIOD

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Artist's Statement :

My main idea of my artworks is my emotions. The human mind is never stable. Sometimes when we keep thinking about something we can not control it. Repression is a type of psychological defense mechanism that involves keeping certain thoughts, feelings, or urges out of conscious awareness. The goal of this form of defense is to keep unacceptable desires or thoughts out of the conscious mind in order to prevent or minimize feelings of anxiety. This process involves pushing painful or disturbing thoughts into the unconscious in order to remain unaware of them. The concept was first identified and described , who was most famous for the development of psychoanalysis. It is important to note that repression is about more than simply avoiding an issue or trying not to think of it. True repression involves completely hiding something from conscious awareness.When a thought, feeling, or urge is repressed, you do not even know it exists. However, these hidden feelings may still continue to exert an influence on behaviors and relationships with everything.My paintings are parts of me in different phases of my life. I connect myself with them and too honestly with myself to explain about my life on canvas. All of the symbols and the moods in each painting remind me and they are my way to be peaceful and that helps me overcome difficult times in my life. I got inspiration from sadness and solitude from my mind, society and from my surroundings. I record those on my canvas. I have plenty of time and distance away from big society and stayed with myself, to remind myself and heal myself mentally. I used to ask questions about life. Why did I have to be born? And in the end, what do you want in life when you have to die someday? I just got an answer recently because before I focused on what I want to do, want, want to have, until forgetting to do all the things that I like in various forms, whether it's work, study. personal matter because I just want to be happy. My paintings final project I try to find out the Theory of the unconscious mind of humans and Psychotherapy. Connection and conversation between me and my artworks that relate and I can develop a clear concept in my paintings. The system of the human mind is amazing and not stable. We change every minute. I can use my emotions to create my artworks until the very end. All our experiences and mindsets change with us so that means we change, grow up, and die every day.  I was inspired by an interest in human brain processes and the subconscious and un-subconscious. This is who we are. It seems that it is close to being fresh. But it is sometimes difficult to understand. Since I started doing art in earnest, I have always been doing it in a straightforward instinct. But in the honesty and frankness that I think is not that complicated. Sometimes it is an emotional complex. That I choose to save as a personal diary, but in the form of painting. I tell it through my drawings about my own growth. Because I think I should make the head that I feel the most deeply about. And I  find that I am most familiar with it, that is me. Although this topic seems to be personal to me, it might not seem interesting if I said I did about it myself.