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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.


✹ Shiny in movie - Ayesha
9th April 2021

Another example of shininess in the movie - Ayesha from the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2, a 2017 superhero film based on the Marvel comics. Ayesha is the golden high priestess of the Sovereign, a highly advanced, genetically engineered galactic race. Ayesha can be extremely arrogant, thinking of herself and the Sovereign people as much more superior than any other race in the galaxy. Like the rest of the Sovereign, she is somewhat immature, prone to frustrated screaming and fits when embarrassed or defeated.

Ayesha possesses a high level of intelligence, something that she takes great pride in, and often makes her feel superior when comparing herself to other species, even towards other Sovereign citizens. She alone was able to genetically re-engineer her race into something more powerful.

In one scene, Ayesha went out to make a deal with Yondu Udonta, Star-Lord's adoptive father, who had been exiled from the greater Ravager community for trafficking children, to recapture the Guardians. Because of her status, like the monarch and Nobel people, they need to express to the public how powerful they are through the object that they bring with them. With the unnecessary luxury, it appears to her crew the clumsiness which gives the movie sense of humour in some way.  

Like Ayesha, Thai monarch has the same way to express themselves as a powerful and glorious family, they have this sense of unnecessary luxury everywhere which I found ridiculous, for example, one picture that the princess attend to the event about an environmental issue and take part in picking up the trash on the beach but the equipment she used has covered in ‘gold’ colour, which I found unnecessary. As well as the decorative structure that can be found all over Thailand along the street, that are huge and appears to be an obstacle to driver and people who has to walk along the footpath. These structures are built only for one reason - to praise the power of the king. It costs a huge amount of money yet no one can say anything about it.

The more someone tries to bigger themselves up by object around them, the more, I think, insecure they are. Without something inside, they keep things outside to fulfil their void. Maybe the idea from Robots, from my previous blogs, that says ‘ you can shine no matter who you are’ has touched me more. It’s kind of sense that respect the true self and appreciate what’s inside.