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As a visual artist, Jaajr delves into the intricate connections between the self, time, and the continuous change of the universe. Through a practice-based approach that revolves around the exploration of materials and the art of making, she seeks to unravel the mysteries of existence and translate them into works that challenge the boundaries of traditional art forms.

By immersing themselves in the creative process, Jaajr's art seeks to bridge the gap between the tangible and the intangible, inviting viewers to contemplate the interconnectedness of all things and the fluid nature of the universe.


✹ Light in London
12th June 2021

Coming from Thailand, the country of the sun - all year long, each season doesn’t change much, it’s just the matter of much or less sun - I found living in London has made me appreciate the shining of the sun more. Back in Thailand, the heat was too much to handle, when going out I need to cover myself up with long sleeve clothes, there was no shed to hind from the sun and eventually your skin gets burn.

These four picture were taken from my window in different time of the same day. 

It’s like when you get something way too much and you will start getting bored of that, I never think the beam of the sun could be delightful until I come here. Moving to London during Autumn, the gloomy grey sky has got me missing the warmth of the sun in Thailand. Never before I get excited from sun light. Especially when the sunlight has glimpsed into my bedroom window - it’s the feeling of freshness that I long for during the coldest day in Autumn in London.

Light reflection on water in Thyme river

Also, the reputation of the uncertainty of the weather, here in London, One minute it rains the next thing you know the sun starts shining through the clouds - these incidents have gave me the sense of resilience. I have to be prepare all the time even if the weather seem to be so perfect in the morning but never forget to bring the umbrella because it might be raining in the next hour. In the other hand, even if it rains but not so long it will stops. Giving hope and sorrow at the same time.

In Thailand, because it’s hot all the time, the only thing you can do is to protect yourself from the heat. It gave me the sense of sheltering myself from the outer world. Same as here in the winter, but instead of getting burn from the heat, I have to protect myself from the coldness.

During Lockdown in the last winter, I have lived in an apartment with the huge window that allow me to see sky everyday. That also makes me realise the important of the sun light and appreciate it every now and then, I think that has affected the subject that I’m researching right now, reflective material that need light to ‘function’ as in ‘reflect’. With out light, with out the change of the surrounding space, reflective material would seem duller than it normally is. In order to ‘function’ the material needs the uncertainty of the light to help then shine.