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Spawn point #15 by Julienne Tan

$66.00 SGD

Dimension: 29.7 (w) x 42.0 (h) cm | 11.7" x 16.5"
4 colour Risograph
Edition of 100
Signed and numbered
Printed on 170gsm uncoated acid-free paper
Subtle imperfections may vary
Knuckles & Notch (2022)

"My landscapes borrow from blueprints of RPG platformer games - a snapshot of an endless scroll of evolving scenery. I have always thought that my dreams evolve in a similar progression: I imagine a randomly generated world before I close my eyes and hope that my dreams will unfold a new adventure."

Julienne Tan (b.1992 in Seoul, South Korea) is a Korean-Khmer illustrator and printmaker based between Seoul and Phnom Penh. She enjoys working with limited colours and creating surreal or nonsensical settings in flat spaces. Julienne works primarily in silkscreen and experimental printmaking methods. She graduated from the School of Visual Arts in New York City with a BFA in Illustration in 2014.

Exhibition curatorial statement

Having sentience, consciousness, and the capacity to dream is what makes us unique beings.

Essentially, what we experience in our life determines how we perceive our future, create memories, and how we dream. Without our memories, genetics, and history, we cease to exist. It's a life cycle that gives us the ability to evolve as humans and as living creatures. Even the way we dream, or even daydream, is part of what makes us who we are.

This print exhibition features the interpretations of dreams by 14 (local and international) visual artists, elaborating on their own dreams to create dream manifestations that become reality. These dreams run deep and wild in the artists' subconscious minds, influencing their art and shaping them into unique artists with distinct visions and styles. The unseen and intangible things that they’ve experienced externally and in their minds become the visuals they create outside reality, giving birth to art once unimaginable.

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