Artist Talk: Khajornsak Nakpan

Join the Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM program for a talk with “Innovative Body Adornment Jeweller” Khajornsak Nakpan, who specializes in generating knowledge of creative design, theory of colours, and computer graphics. Combining his diverse abilities and skills renders uniqueness to Khajornsak’s work. He focuses on the aesthetics of postmodern art, especially philosophy. He also pays attention to research methodology and process. His work, therefore, demonstrates different aesthetic dimensions through the lens of adaptive science.

This talk is hosted by Tyler School of Art and Architecture’s Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM program and is supported through the General Activity Fund.

Photo: Bio Melanin Cellulose as a textile substitute, courtesy of the artist.