Handmade paper (varied pulp)Pinaree Sanpitak revisits iconic motifs that reflect motherhood and the self. She is drawn
to the nature and processes of papermaking, resulting in a work that features the delicate yet strong material in luminous depth and hue gradation. Suspended as a maze for visitors to meander through, The Walls is composed of 80 sheets of paper, handmade using a variety of pulp including mulberry, linen, and the tropical plant, diospyros mollis griff. The papers are of varied thickness and displayed at their simplest and finest, with their geometric designs suggesting metaphors of borders and territories. They are hung slightly above the ground to create a walkway maze for consideration and contemplation.