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Andrew Chan recontextualizes objects from childhood and pop culture to explore how, along with being formative to our identities, they hover between cold consumerism and personal memory. In this papier mache sculpture, notice the contrast between the fragility of the material and the usual mass produced plastic that toy cars would be made of.
Born in Australia / Works in Bushwick, NY
If something were to capture the essence of an everlasting battle between Godzilla vs Megazord vs set to Tame Impala, it would be Andrew Chan’s work. His style is graphic and bold: like an indie comic dipped in encaustic wax, his artworks evoke nostalgia and pop culture references in a satirical take on consumerism.