Using lone, bare, forms against a variety of mundane backdrops, this young Thai photographer explores hidden expressions of desire.
Upcoming Thai photographer and designer, Pokchat Worasub, makes images both jarring and beautiful. Juxtaposing the human form against both natural and man-made environments, we’re confronted with odd physical shapes wedged at obscure angles into various settings, not fully visible, faces hidden. The 28-year-old Visual Art’s master’s graduate from King Mongut’s Institute of Technology has exhibited works around Bangkok and has done commercial photography for local fashion brands. Her works here transform ordinary, sometimes ugly landscapes into scenes of intrigue and longing.