Sittiphon Lochaisong (AKA Bomb) is an artist from Thailand.
Flows, vortexes, expansions and cosmic explosions fill his monumental canvases. There is a dusting of tiny particles that seem to navigate on the winds or on immense stellar energy currents. The results are intrinsically universal.
Using tempera powders the artist recreates multiple universes in which nebulae, swarms of stars and spiral or elliptical galaxies spread across the whole surface of the image ... The Hubble space telescope brought us images of our universe observable until now imperceptible. And these have certainly had an impact on the way Sittiphon visualizes and then creates his work. Levels of pure gray, such as white and black, allow him to capture that phenomenon, at the same time dark and radiant, that manages to reproduce through panoramic and immersive compositions.
Taken from Bomb's website - make of this what you will - Clear and unclear points are joined and assembled. Points, figures and symbols meet imagination and sensation. The roughness and delicacy reflect the complicated mind which embeds both extremes: goodness and badness, births and deaths without a cause. They show moral principles, which motivate one to realize the state of mind: the consciousness perceives the unstoppable movement of abstract nature, causing the mind to concentrate, understand the truth, and realize the natural good and bad. Such experience raises our minds higher and bump us up to next level of decency.