View In Room
View In Room
Spray paint on paper-faced foam core board
Dimensions: 91.4cm (H) x 61cm (W) x 0.5cm (D) / 36" (H) x 24" (W) x 0.2" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
In this present moment, materialism and commodification proliferates. Too often, we forget the impact that culture, specifically pop culture, can have on how we operate in the world. I, too, am part of it: I have, like many people today, an uncontrollable urge to consume compulsively. At the same time, when I see how this culture of consumerism and the world of contemporary art clash together, there is an odd sense of dissonance in how objects are produced, lauded, valued and sold.
My own art is an attempt to question this whole enterprise, to contemplate its absurdity and significance (or lack thereof). I want to question what this means for us, to have our culture be built on brands; where our own valuations are predicated on human-to-object relations.
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Based in: Singapore
Having worked in the creative industry for a decade, Eduardo Enrique had his first foray into the visual arts when he was propelled by a strong urge to produce artworks as a form of social commentary. Drawing from his background as a Creative Director where he motivates his clients to understand the underpinnings of culture and its societal impacts, his artistic praxis similarly calls attention to the nuances that pop culture can have on the human psyche.
The artist explicitly denies talking about his nationality, as he maintains that one should not be judged based on their geographical origin. To that end, Eduardo looks towards elucidating
universal human conditions as he believes that there are intrinsic qualities that connect us beyond borders and boundaries.
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