It’s time to bid farewell to Thai photographer Pokchat Worasub’s first solo exhibition at Jam.
The photographs show the unique characters of each person, but they also show the thing each person has in common, which is their desires when facing the camera.
“Everybody has their own body language when they are facing a camera. It’s like a natural choreography created by emotions: some are shy, stressed, others are extravagant, or excited by the unexpected language of their own body in such situation,” said Pokchat.
Pokchat will show new pictures exclusively for the closing party and there will also be DJs.
8pm, April 18
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