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Digital print on archival paper
Edition of 100
Dimensions: 29.7cm(H) x 42.0cm(W) / 11.7"(H) x 16.5"(W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This print is a part of The Artling's Prints Project (A.P.P.).
Edition of 100 + 2 AP
Framed Print: US$ 365 (1-inch black frame, 2-inch border, UV acrylic). Get in touch at email@example.com if you'd like us to organize framing for you!
"This image is part of a series where I photographed the stages of wayang performances in Singapore. They are photographed with my large format camera, at very slow shutter speed rendering the performances absent. The 'empty' stage is framed the traditional yet kitsch aesthetic of today's customary practices. The setting of the concrete heartland architecture surrounds it as exterior frame to the stage. This piece is a response to Hiroshi Sugimoto's "Theaters"."
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Based in: Singapore & Bali
Mintio (Singapore) began her practice as a fine art photographer while pursuing her Bachelors in Fine Art at the School of Art, Design and Media at Nanyang Technological University in 2005. Working primarily with large format photography, she believes that technical choices are the key elements in the personalization her work. In her most notable series “Concrete Euphoria”, Mintio works uses the large format camera to photograph urban landscapes around Asia. Despite the discipline-oriented methodology, she allows chance, chaos and emotional impulse to be huge driving forces in her practice. Her subsequent series “Conveyance” was acquired by the Singapore Art Museum. Mintio’s subsequent body of work, “~*THOY*~ (The Hall of Hyperdelic Youths)”, exploring the connections between spirituality and the cyber-world through adolescent computer gamers, was exhibited at Valentine Willie Fine Art around the Southeast Asian region. She is now based between Singapore & Bali.
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