As a reflection on our increasingly digitized and hyperconnected world, ‘Antidote 1’ explores video-game alchemy and the healing properties of nature and botanics. It uses computer-generated textures, produced by photogrammetric scans of plants and flowers to offer a mesmerizing and meditative remedy for our ever-increasing screen time.
5.8 x 8.4 x 1 inches
Comes with US plug and custom cable
Artist Bio: Sian Fan is an interdisciplinary artist currently in residence at the V&A Museum, London. She is a graduate of the Fine Art Masters at Central Saint Martins, where she was awarded the Mona Hatoum Scholarship for excellence. She has exhibited internationally with institutions including Tate Modern, CADAF and the ICA, as well as producing work with Channel 4, the BBC and Facebook. Her work combines movement, the body and technology to explore embodiment, spirituality and human experience in the digital age. Through her work she hopes to discover new ways for us to coexist with technology. Sian Fan was shortlisted in the 2020 Lumen Prize and longlisted in the 2021 Lumen Prize, Moving Image Category