Nino Sarabutra’s work expresses human emotion in a fun and sensual way. ‘Live, Love & Let Die’ takes the audience a step further in provoking their emotion.
In ‘Live, Love & Let Die’ we see a series of bums, a wall of hearts and hanging illuminated skulls. Connecting them are hundreds of butterflies linking the glories of life, love & death.
The bums, the hearts, the skulls and the butterflies are also hard, beautiful, delicate and fragile. They are hand built in stoneware or porcelain, fired to 1200-1250 degrees Celsius in an electric kiln. Some bums can function as vases or lights, the hearts can be bowls or wall hangings and the skulls as lights.
This is Nino Sarabutra’s third solo exhibition in Thailand. You can see her previous work at www.ninosarabutra.com