View In Room
View In Room
Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 10.0cm(H) x 10.0cm(W) x 0.7cm(D) / 3.9"(H) x 3.9"(W) x 0.3"(D)
Diameter: 10.0cm / 3.9"
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Imaginative world that trolley end up on the edge of abandoned lake. Satoshi originally painted for Japanese piano musician for CD Jacket. Painted in trolley red and white as he wanted to make it unusual and dreamy feeling. Like a child's dream.
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Satoshi Dáte is a young emerging artist, who currently works between Japan and UK. His art is centered on the creative interest for inner beauty and love in their forms and characterized by the combination of medium with social and environmental themes.
A timeless and ageless reality
Inspired by people, emotions, dreams, spirit and creativity, Satoshi Dáte is looking for all things soulful to guide his artistic creation. After graduating from the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, his career started gravitating around the creation of works with a strong realistic expression. Finding the truth and representing the world, the real and unreal, the physical and non-physical is, therefore, at the base of his artistic research. A timeless reality that the viewer is able to empathize with, through the involvement of our body, mind and spirit.
Going beyond the surface
Satoshi Dáte does not believe in categories, which is why his works are always going beyond the mere dimensional space, exploring and creating a world people normally do not witness. Through different media, such as film, performance, music and fabric he interprets the philosophical concept he creates, by bringing the viewer outside of the traditional framework.
In his career, Satoshi Dáte has exhibited in several galleries and art fairs in UK and Japan. One of the most important experiences for the artist is the Asia Design Prize, for which he created a video art conveying the idea of human body, a code representing the human’s inner beauty.
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