PULSE Chroma 2022 - Art Exhibition Celebrating Diversity, Inclusivity and Social Well-being - BRYCE Watanasoponwong
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PULSE Chroma 2022 - Art Exhibition Celebrating Diversity, Inclusivity and Social Well-being
bryce watanasoponwong
May 30, 2022
Location: Bangkok
We see colours because our brain responds to the colours of the objects we see; there can be many of it called chroma. Derived from the Greek word ‘Xpua’ or ‘khrôma’, chroma (/krəʊmə/) means the degree to which a colour is pure or strong. The word 'chroma' is found in colour-related words: chromosome, chromatic, monochrome, etc. The psychological impact of light and colour on the human body and emotions has been proven through various studies. Besides, many cultures have used light and colour to represent brands, social movements, etc. For example, the rainbow ‘Pride Flag’ represents the diversity in the LGBTQIA+ community and the spectrum of human sexuality and gender.

From 1st June to 31st August 2022, PULSE Social Enterprise will host PULSE Chroma 2022 - Art Exhibition Celebrating Diversity, Inclusivity and Social Well-being. Over three months, PULSE Chroma 2022 will consist of exhibitions, parties and health promotions at six locations around Bangkok, Thailand. The exhibition will include various artworks of rising stars to well-known artists, local and international, including photography, painting, digital arts, sculpture, light installations, etc. PULSE Social Enterprise will also host multiple events, including opening and closing parties and gallery hopping.

For more information, please contact PULSE Social Enterprise.

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