Ruthorn Rujianurak (b.1994) is an artist who works are collaged with a variety of surfaces, including cotton canvas, bristol paper, blotting paper, tissue paper, and wood panel. After living and working in New York City for two years. Ruthorn moved back to his hometown and currently based in Bangkok. His works have been featured in multiple shows in several counties such as Thailand, USA, China, and Korea.
Ruthorn’s current work is about questioning how people feel and react when they realize that they lost unremarkable thing. Engaging with ideas of daily routine, fulltime working, and capitalism,
Ruthorn sets about building novel and unusual perspective of unmemorable place that you walk pass every day. Creating ‘ghost’ that representing you small memories left behind that place looking for you though your own past.