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Waktudokei by Eddy Zain

Waktudokei by Eddy Zain

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Waktudokei is a conceptual piece inspired by The Persistence of Memory by Salvador Dalí, 1931. Waktudoktei comes from the words waktu and wadokei from which, the former means "time" in Bahasa Indonesia while the latter is a traditional Japanese clock. The subject matter of the concept is a cultural mix between Japanese and Indonesian elements, as depicted, the wadokei. However it is constructed with batik imprinted wood alongside the keris and its sheath which are prominently featured in the Indonesian culture. The artist's relationship with the piece is very personal such that the two cultures embody a melting timeworn timepiece.

Art Print Details:

Giclée Fine Art Print (SGD 300)

Limited edition of 100, hand-numbered, unframed
310gsm Textured Fine Art Paper (100% Cotton, Acid-Free, Archival)
42 x 59.4cm (A2)

Artist Bio:

Eddy grew up doodling under the care of his ex-convict uncle. Despite frequent visits to detention in high school, he represented the school in numerous art competitions and held the President role till graduation. Eddy graduated college with a Director’s list, then prepped for military conscription. In the force, he also contributed artistically such as the logo for XWB, an international joint military exercise between Singapore & Australia. Upon completing military service, he freelanced for Culture Cartel in 2019 producing illustrated key visuals before going full-time as an artist under a private company.


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