These three paintings are a tribute to Marlow Moss (1889–1958), a British Constructivist artist whose works are recently read in the gender spectrum. Moss chose to change the first name from Majorie to Marlow, and dressed conservatively in suits with shortly-cropped combed hair. Whether or not her art is consciously related to gender is to be investigated, but the past told us Moss countered the norm of British society and moved to Paris in 1927, defying gender perception as a person and as an artist, a pioneer in modern abstract art we see today.
The double lines Sudaporn expressed on these three pieces signify the genderless love between two people and their room in society (blue background), the struggle for equality for the various gender-diversified groups and their braveness to act and fight for equality (red background) and the hope for equality one has in the changing law and society (yellow background).
Material Description: Oil, acrylic, charcoal on canvas
Size: 90 x 70 cm