VERTICAL SUBMARINE

Sigmund Freud’s interpretation of Pipe Dreams

source: verticalsubmarine

VERTICAL SUBMARINE- an independent art collective based in Singapore with three members – Joshua Yang, Justin Loke and Fiona Koh (in the order of seniority) who paint a bit, write a bit, draw a bit, but eat, drink and sleep a lot.
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source: foisg

Vertical Submarine is an art collective from Singapore that consists of Fiona Koh, Justin Loke and Joshua Yang (in order of ascending age). According to them, they write, draw and paint a bit but eat, drink and sleep a lot. Their works include installations, drawings and paintings which involve text, storytelling and an acquired sense of humour. In 2010, they laid siege to the Singapore Art Museum and displayed medieval instruments of torture including a fully functional guillotine. They have completed projects in Spain, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Korea. Collectively they have won several awards including the Credit Suisse Artist Residency Award 2009, The President’s Young Talents Award 2009 and the Singapore Art Show Judges’ Choice 2005. They have recently completed a residency at Pasagüero in Mexico D.F.