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I Could Use An Escape To Nowhere At All
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print features a minimum one-inch border.
Edition of 50
This artwork will come rolled
- Medium: Limited Artist Print
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Soh Eeshaun (b. 1980) is a Singaporean artist and illustrator. Eeshaun’s drawings and paintings explore non-linear, spontaneous and open-ended narratives that express the subconscious mind - as a reaction to the regularity and austerity of Singaporean society. Often unplanned, his abstract, non-conceptual paintings are an experiential and experimental process; fraught with uncertainty and opportunity, and riddled with control and joyful abandonment, as he juxtaposes shapes, lines and planes into a complex, grid-like web of harmonious colours and playful forms.
Since 2005, Eeshaun has created artworks and illustrations for Adidas, Nike, The Discovery Channel, Disney, Facebook, Herman Miller and Lacoste. Eeshaun is a Asian Kinetic Artist for Tiger Translate, and was featured in 20/20 BASE, an exhibition celebrating 20 of Singapore's most creative talents at the 2007 Singapore Design Festival. In 2008, he was commissioned with FARM by the Design Singapore Council as curatorial leads for the 11th Venice Architectural Biennale Singapore Pavilion. His largest public art installation, ‘Move!’, was commissioned by the Land Transport Authority of Singapore for the Bishan Circle Line station in 2009. Eeshaun was a finalist for the 2011 Sovereign Asian Art Prize, and was officially selected to present Scribbledribblequibble, a site-specific interactive installation at i Light Marina Bay Singapore in 2014.
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