Lately, I watched “Spectrosynthesis II” exhibition in Bangkok Cultural Art Centre. This exhibition’s main point is Exposure of Tolerance : LGBTQ in Southeast Asian.
LGBTQ: The acronym for “lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer.” Some people also use the Q to stand for “questioning,” meaning people who are figuring out their sexual orientation or gender identity. 🤔
As for the diversity of sexual preferences and gender identity, being different from this accepted norm usually results in a tension.
This exhibition creates a dialogue that around this tension.
Voiced by dozens of artists from within Southeast Asia as well transitional Indian and Chinese spheres of cultural influence and migration that have helped shape the region.
The artists lively discussion helps reveal what it means to grow up in society when your gender identity of preferences is different from the norm.
Never be bullied into silence. Never allow yourself to be made a victim. Accept no one’s definition of your life; define yourself.”
Many of them confront issues of human rights and equal justice.
Actually for me… it’s made me little depressive. Because our global’s society is not perfect. Everybody has different feelings. But good news!.. it’s can be changing day by day. I believe that art can tell us.
If you are in Bangkok and you still didn’t understand LGBTQ peoples, you should watch this exhibition, will show until 1 March 2020. You’ll get more information about this. Also first time i watched like this art. Was so interesting.
Thank you for your attention! Also Happy February 2020! Good luck everyone!!!