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Drink Some Clouds no.11
Drink Some Clouds is a series of abstract prepositions gathered from the poetics of life and its parts. A dot, line, shape, pattern are base fragments that contributes to our physical understandings of our universe.
By observing geometry in our everyday situations, graphical interpretations are translated to convey liminal moments of displacements, commotions and claustrophobia. Each image reflects a particular day, a moment. The digits, at the upper corner, chart the time of these moments.
A2 - Edition of 15
A1 - Edition of 10
This artwork will come rolled
- Medium: Limited Artist Print
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Joanne Pang (b. 1986) is a Copenhagen based Singaporean artist and award- winner graphic designer. Graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Art (Visual Communication) from The School of Arts, Design and Media, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore and a Master of Fine Arts from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art, School of Visual Art in Copenhagen, Denmark, she is also the co-founder of YUNRUBIN, an artistic discourse with an emphasis on materiality, place and structure, with Jonas Rubin from Denmark.View Profile »
Together, they develop prepositions where space becomes the material to cultivate a place and anti-place so that man, object and environment can become a logical whole. With her own work, she develops the relationships between space, body and how it reflects in the poetics between man and the environment by creating graphics, objects, photography, sculpture and installations.
She was the overall winner for Body-theme Category at Singapore Young Photography Awards (2012) and a Gold medalist and Bronze medalist at Singapore Design Awards (2012). Her first solo exhibition was held at a void deck in Singapore (2009). Her works have been exhibited at the Singapore Art Museum (2012), 10th International Poster Triennial in Toyama, Japan (2012), Kunsthal Charlottenborg in Denmark (2013) and Lathi Poster Triennial in Finland (2014). She has made site-specific art installations for Roskilde Festival in Denmark (2011), BKS Garage, Denmark (2011) and Mustarinda Summer Exhibition, Finland (2012).