DRAWING: A DIALOGUE WITH THE PRESENT AND OBJECTS WITHOUT ADDITIVES

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Trinnapat Chaisitthisak Kamol Phaosavasdi

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This article has the objective of presenting visual arts with a context related to process art, which can consequently be connected to the use of meditation in work creation. It is also a record of the creator’s conversation with the present, using the concept of pictorial view to aid the study of object construction, expressed in the format of drawings in perspective. This includes art works by artists with an emphasis on the process of meditation or a dialogue with the present and the ceremonies of arts.
The study discovers that visual arts, with the content in process art, use perspective drawing as a recording process in painting works. Meditation or a dialogue with the present is the facilitating force aiding concentration in drawing in the present. It was discovered that perspective drawing can connect into the void and space, resulting in an optical illusion on the painting space                              This enables the drawing to reflect the creator’s stage of void. Product installation is also prioritized, in order to communicate the entire drawing process to the audience through creators - rather than through the end result - expressed in the painting.

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