IN MY NOTHING is a photobook, aiming to present nothingness as the concept of home. Through a series of photos, Kantatach Kijtikhun conveys the understanding that home is where nothingness takes root as the foundation for individual growth. Kijtikhun concludes that nothingness is a safe space, free of any pressure or interference by preconceived values as well as a place of strength. It gives the freedom to show weakness, weirdness, love and compassion, and to see human as human, life as life and nothing more.
I don't care that much
Quiet and strong
Sometimes I got angry, sometimes I got sad, sometimes I just got lonely, sometimes I fell in love.
Be a good observer. You are not a big shot and never will be, only your work can be its own big shot.
A lot. I became more honest with myself and therefore I am much more secured to communicate my work with honesty.
I want to study art in the city I love and want to be a part of. And I want to know photography deeper than just knowing how to use a camera.
All the little people who thought of themselves as big artists, busily jerking off their artistic identity instead of making good art.