Chance Encounters
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Dan Obana Explores the Subconscious With His Multi-faceted Digital Prints

Tanya Singh

An artist who embraces technology as a means of creative expression, Japanese digital artist Dan Obana will be presenting his prints with New York-based Ashok Jain Gallery at Art Stage Singapore 2018.

Obana creates artworks that flirt with chance to give visual form to his vivid and complex subconscious. “I always try to actively incorporate coincidence into my art,” says the artist. Using the 3D computer graphics technique to build multi-faceted compositions, Obana uses his intuitive creativity to blur the lines between reality and imagination. “The 3D digital world in which I create my works is full of opportunities to encounter by chance,” he opines.

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