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Parinya Champ


LACDA —Los Angeles Center for Digital Art


A Hyperdimensional Disclosure
Parinya Champ

Exhibit Dates: September 14 – October 7, 2017
LACDA Artists' Reception: Saturday, September 16, 6-9pm
DTLA Artwalk Preview: Thursday, September 14, 7-9pm

Curating Jurors: 
Anna Katz
MoCA, Museum of Contemporary Art

Dhyandra Lawson
LACMA, L.A. County Museum of Art

LACDA – Los Angeles Center For Digital Art
104 E. 4th St
Los Angeles, CA 90013





Saigon, Bangkok, Zurich, Milan, Prague: May-Sep 2017

Temple tour in Saigon, Vietnam.

Temple tour in Saigon, Vietnam.

I will be giving Cosmic Disclosure briefings and small lectures as I continue my travels across Asia, beginning in Saigon and Bangkok before attending other Asian and European destinations. My talks will disclose the extraterrestrial presence on earth and their involvement with covert secret space programs as these groups prepare Earth for the coming Great Solar Flash predicted by almost every ancient civilization that has ever existed. 

My briefings will also go into great detail regarding my decade of research into consciousness metaphysics and the hyperdimensional model of our mind and reality. 

To top it all off is my continual tour of temples and sacred sites in search of psychedelia that point to the knowledge of the Rainbow Body ascension which is being performed today by Tibetan Monks. 

Stay tuned for Art House Radio which is a new project where I will be discussing implications of my research to prepare humanity for the present global consciousness shift as we enter into a Post-Disclosure society with the soon introduction of free-energy technologies. 

Follow my travels on Instagram @champparinyaart

Art/Research: parinyachamp.co

Contact: artchampparinya@gmail.com


Transcendental Object at the End of Time (Valley of Death. Parinya Champ.

Transcendental Object at the End of Time (Valley of Death. Parinya Champ.

Month of Photography Los Angeles Pop-Up Gallery

Opening Reception with the Artists: January 19, 7:00-9pm


space15twenty, 1520 N Cahuenga Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028

The MOPLA Group Show is a submission based exhibition featuring local and global emerging and established photographers. 

Participating artists include:

Luke Austin, Birgit Freybe Bateman, Lucy Bell, Nicola Buck, Alex Cave, Parinya Champ, Niko Giovanni Coniglio, Phil Donohue, David Egan, Guendalina Fiore, Daniel Castro Garcia, Ellen Garvens, Paula Rae Gibson, Toni Greaves, Photographer Hal, Jill Hannes, Erin Hoffstetter, Jay Kim, Tania Franco Klein, Katelyn Kopenaver, Hugh Kretschmer, Sasha Maslov, Michael McCoy, Nathaniel Perales, Lauren Pisano, Marlies Plank, James Porschen, Osceola Refetoff, Jessica Sample, Linn Phyllis Seeger, Karolina Sekula, Niv Shank, Steven Simko, Arden Surdam, Zak Van Bijon, Leticia Zica, Shaughn and John, Synchrodogs.    

Exhibit runs through January 26, 2017.




MOPLA 2017—Month of Photography Los Angeles


Opening January 20, 7:00-9:00pm
Show runs through February 9, 2017

5450 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA  90036

Parinya Champ is an artist attempting to map a higher dimensional state of consciousness known as Hyperspace—a realm existing outside of time that is imbued with decadent fractal landscapes of intelligent kaleidoscopic light. 

His photo series, Landscapes of the Hyperspace, is an attempt at visually charting transcendent spaces encountered on his journeys to the farthest reaches of human consciousness. Using large-format prints, his works depict hauntingly vibrant psychedelic geometric abstractions he has arranged into compositions that depart from a third dimensional plane—on the verge of losing representation to reality—seemingly inhabiting impossible non-representational spaces. These hyperdimensional scenes are sophisticated constructions he has created from holograms, paint, and polyhedrons. 

Champ is a graduate of the University of California, Irvine, Studio Arts Dept. His continual research is a discourse in Cosmic Disclosure—the current unveiling of historically suppressed knowledge that can inform and assist humankind into an unprecedented era of galactic membership among spacefaring and extraterrestrial groups—to explore, travel, and understand the higher dimensional realms of existence.

Exhibition runs through February 9, 2017.



Official Personal Invite 

Official Personal Invite 



OPEN STUDIOS @ Lucky Cat Labs
LA Artwalk + Lucky Cat Labs

Saturday, August 13th, 2016



MAS ATTACK – San Diego Art Institute
Saturday, March 19th, 2016



FOCUS PHOTO LA 2016 • Second Place Winner
Parinya Champ "Cathedral Space"


The international photographic art exposition - PHOTO LA - will proudly celebrate its 25th anniversary fair this January 21-24, 2016 at The REEF, located in the historic LA Mart building in Downtown Los Angeles. The fair kicks off on Thursday, January 21st at 7pm with our Opening Night Gala, held in honor of artist James Welling with proceeds going to benefit Best Buddies International.




January 2016

MODULE is a showcase of artists exploring the theme of modularity in design, construction, narrative and beyond. MODULE asks the question: how do patterned parts and independent units converge to form something complex, meaningful — even human? Selected works will range in medium and concept from analog to digital, abstract and representational.

— Artists Include —

Parinya Champ, Amabelle Aguiluz, Emily Babette, Kayla Cloonan, Betsy Enzensberger, Nazish Chunara, Bridget Klappert, Pamela Mower-Conner, Allegra Newman, Asli Tusavul, Romina Del Castillo, Kathie Chan, Svetlana Shigroff, Ramón Espinosa, Talya Petrillo, Cynthia Lujan, Jeff Dulla, Gloria Sanchez, Antonio Venegas, Anabelle Del Valle, Chelsea Bayouth.

The exhibition will run from January 6th - 16th.
Gallery Hours: 1-6 PM daily


Art work for MODULE is curated by Elizabeth Carranza, a member of the Kaleidokrew — an emerging creative collective of artists, designers, and musicians based in Los Angeles.

Art Share website: http://artsharela.org/ev…/module-gallery-show-art-share-l-a/


Module Show Artist Statement

Parinya Champ

Deconstructing the modulus is an underlying theme found throughout my photo series Landscapes of the Hyperspace. 

At the smallest scales known to our universe, we now understand that atoms are not solid particles — they are wave vibrations around a central entity — an emanation of a reductive geometry. 

My abstract landscapes are built upon the understanding that fractals and crystals form from smaller units of the Amplituhedron — the smallest geometric unit of existence. Roger Penrose, a father of Quantum Physics, discovered the Amplituhedron to be the smallest geometric vibratory unit of energy which was the basis for all of reality. This is the same sacred geometric form that Tibetian Monks have been able to tap into during their deepest transcendental meditative states. For thousands of years long before modern Science, they have always known this shape as the basis and structure of reality and have called it the Merkaba — The Star Tetrahedron. 

We can begin to understand how the universe arranges everything out of this reductive form when we think of holograms as fractals in action. Space and time do not exist but are simply an underlying geometric vibration emerging into our reality.

I believe our universe is photonic — a confirmation that our entire reality is holographic in nature and that every part contains the entire whole. If you cut up a piece smaller and smaller, the entire whole is still there. This is a true singularity that can contain the entire whole. The singularity is present within every particle of existence, in all objects, and in all lifeforms. The further down you go, the more energy is present. The more we begin to understand this, the more we meditate to this, the more we can tap into this infinite energy source that is already available within each and every particle of our being. 

Embodying the singularity is the secret to manipulating energy in our reality. 



MAS 9 / Group Show
Temporary Space LA
Saturday, October 31st, 2015

5522 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA



Coagula Curatorial Gallery
Chinatown, Los Angeles

Landscapes of the Hyperspace (Pinwheel), 31x50", 2015
Work available for sale through Coagula Curatorial Gallery until February 15, 2015

Guest juror/curator Tulsa Kinney, Artillery Magazine.