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Computational Portraits Visually Translate a State of Limbo

Originally from Singapore and currently studying at the Rhode Island School of Design, artist Andre Wee constructs figurative and metaphoric representations of limbo in his series titled Forming and Fragmenting. The artist interprets this collection of work as “An experience of being of two different states at the same time and yet, not belonging to either” and refers to the subjects' disposition as being in “an eternal state of transition.” It is unclear whether his geometric renderings are regenerating their human form or disintegrating into nothingness. This duality of existence and disappearance is the foundation of Wee's exemplary visual definition of being stuck in limbo.

Wee is currently working on creating a Tumblr account and establishing an online store to purchase prints of his art. The digital artist and illustrator has just launched his blog where you can keep up to date on the artist's progress and work.







Andre Wee website
via [Faith is Torment]

Pinar

Pinar Noorata is the Managing Editor at My Modern Met. She is a writer, editor, and content creator based in Brooklyn, NY. She earned her BA in Film and Media Studies from CUNY Hunter College and is an alumni of the Center for Arts Education’s Career Development Program in NYC. She has worked at NBC Universal, Penguin Books, and the Tribeca Film Festival as well as many other independent media companies. When she isn’t writing, editing, or creating videos herself, Pinar enjoys watching movies—anything from foreign art house films to mainstream blockbusters.
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