Yodmanee examines the relevance of Buddhist philosophy to our lives. Utilizing a combination of raw, natural materials with found objects of contemporary origin, her works imbue the painted designs and motifs endemic to traditional Thai art with the universal and persistent themes of loss, suffering, devastation, and the karmic cycles of death and rebirth.
“Time Lapse” embodies microscopic and macroscopic visions with Buddhist cosmology, traditional and modern techniques, and natural and artificial materials.
Consistent to the theme which she has investigated through her artistic practice, “Time Lapse” presents circular artworks that combine elements of contemporary and traditional Thai art. She mixes natural raw materials such as white, red and black clay with modern science such as cements and paints to create a heavily textured artwork.