Certainty is Always Uncertain – Philosophy Formed by Anon Pairot

Our world gets stranger everyday. We look for virtues and qualities like égalité and impartiality in our society, lifestyle, politics and religion, but we have found none. The hope for certainty that we so dream of having is mere illusion when, for certain, there will always exist variables that affect the end-point, which stays fixed yet lingers abstractly in our conceptual mind.

From historical times to the present day, stories told over and over again lose some of their authenticity because time is non-linear. Their meaning changes because people, places and their environment change. Yet we strive to make the concept of time fit our imagined perfect reality and fail to admire the beauty of imperfection. There are, I believe, creative forces amidst the chaos in the world that we too can play with to achieve just a moment of equilibrium. If we can open up to and tune into the true nature of our world, we will learn that “uncertainty” is a very romantic ideal.

In terms of communication, the heart of the message is not the message itself but the means in which one employs in order to communicate. I think that by respectfully yet sincerely expressing my ideas, I can truly make my message all the more relevant, meaningful and influential. Sometimes we seek for different and at times complicated ways to express truth in order to create a shield around the truth itself. Whatever one sees or understands, others see and understand differently according to their own unique prior knowledge, constructs and views of the world that make up their conscience. The seeker of truth who can analyze and see through all the complications, on the other hand, is one who truly defines success.

Think Man, pixelated yet recognizably human.

Think Man, pixelated yet recognizably human.

Piggy Banky and Think Man

Piggy Banky and Think Man

Bunny and Big Horn

Bunny and Big Horn

Big Horn

Big Horn, staring out the window in Maduzi’s U04

Interpreting what Buddha really is

Pixel by pixel,  who’s to tell what Buddha is made of. Fiber glass? Aluminum, bronze or copper?

Think Man, thinking and thinking.

Think Man, thinking and thinking. Or are you just thinking that he –  or it, rather – can think?

Too often humans try to explain chaotic pieces of natural phenomena by systematic and organized means of reason and scientific inquiry. In contrast, I want us to explain without using clear-cut logic; without any perfect mathematic formulae, which is quite almost to the point of lunacy. However, what we gain as a result of searching for knowledge is not mere knowledge in its entirety. To experience it rather intuitively and leave it be might just suffice.

All phenomena in the world are “uncertain,” “illusory” and “impermanent.” What we experience is romantic, candid and deeply rooted in our imagination which is certainly creative and creatively eternal. The concept for this particular art collection thus makes use of geometric shapes that seem undisciplined in their arrangement. Yet together they form recognized shapes or sculptures such as humans, goats, rabbits and pigs. Or are we just imagining things?

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© 2013 by Anon Pairot Design Studio. All rights have been reserved, but feel free to share!

Managing Editor: Surachate Pinich

Art Director: Supattharachai Chuetamasorn

Photography: Arcii P

About Surachate Pinich

Hello, everyone!!! I have recently moved back from the Midwest, USA to Bangkok, Thailand. I am now working as Art Director and Managing Editor at Anon Pairot Design Studio. I received a B.A. in English from Indiana University in 2012. My interests/hobbies include gardening, cooking, ultimate frisbee, and singing. Thanks!

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