Nora Thamthanakorn’s practice evolves around an understanding of the impermanence. Exploring clay as a material of lifelike properties, she brings into presence perishable condition and transient nature of existences. Perceiving architectural ruins and physical deterioration as solid metaphors for the temporal nature of us and the surrounded substances, she hopes to translate her work into visible mindfulness for continuous uncertainty experienced through life being both tangible and intangible natures. 

 As one encounters transitions, there is a sense of fragility after one transformation to the next. Attachment to stability brings insecurity. Interacting with this vulnerability, Nora’s practice has evolved to capture the relationship between the impermanence and life.