Laminate & dried plants
Dimensions: 40.0cm(H) x 28.0cm(W) / 15.7"(H) x 11.0"(W)
Diameter: 28.0cm / 11.0"
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
the marriage II – 2016
imagination and reality come together in this collection of mixed media floral sculptures. inspired by the structures of real flowers, each art piece blurs the lines between form and beauty, fantasy and life. an artistic re-imaginaing of the wonders of nature, in all its whimsical glory.
“i worked at a florist’s for about three years… i love flowers and am fascinated by them. the marriage is my exploration of what is the essence of a flower.”
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Hometown: Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia
Lives and Works: Singapore
a malaysian born artist, miun expresses the norm in her own language and is known for her creativity, experimental spirits and unpretentious works.
miun has explored different medium including flowers, which gained recognition with her participation in the international annual of floral art 2010/2011 publication, 'faces' yet another project of hers, was featured in hands on: interactive design in print (2012) along with artists worldwide.
followed after in 2013, 'beneath the surface' surfaced as a series of interactive conceptual artwork incorporating 'impossible film' as the main medium. the out of the ordinary project has since toured and illuminated the imaginations of many in hong kong, taiwan, prague, melbourne and singapore.
miun has proudly collaborated with renowned brand, LEICA. 'sixth sense' – an assemblage of handcrafted collage boxes, was exhibited locally and also at the world's largest photographic and imaging trade fair, photokina 2014.
yet another collaboration, 'the marriage', is a series of flora sculptures installation handcrafted with lamitak's imitation wood to mirror its origins and demonstrate its versatility. first showcased at singaplural's project X exhibition, the marriage has hence been featured in many publications like singapore architect, home & decor, square rooms, female, etc.
following the success of the marriage, her latest solo exhibition with K+ 'the marriage II' another collection of decidedly fantastical mixed media floral sculptures, has received unanimous acclaim and wide exposure.
now based in singapore, miun enjoys living in the cosmopolitan city which inspires a new way of introspection into our modern world. in her free time, you’ll find miun illustrating, dabbling in photography and consistently exploring new ideas.
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