'That Time Social Media Crashed'

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This piece is a reflection of the social climate in which we live in. Social media has shifted our understanding of relationships and real life. Do people value getting followers more than flowers?

  • A1 Limited Edition Print - Edition of 25
  • A2 Limited Edition Print - Edition of 50
  • A3 Limited Edition Print - Edition of 100

A1 - 594 x 841 mm | 23.39 x 33.11 inches
A2 - 420 x 594 mm | 16.54 x 23.39 inches
A3 - 297 x 420 mm | 11.70 x 16.50 inches

Printed by our partners 'Image Print' on Permajet Photo Lustre 310gsm (SWPP best professional paper 2018 and Photography News Best media for photographic paper)

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About the artist

Eve De Haan’s portfolio is replete with neon artworks, each sharing a different story, thought or catchphrase through short snippets of text. It’s an approach that developed out of her theology degree, where she realised encapsulating narratives through the written word was the best way to evoke collective emotions in an audience. Neon has allowed her to explore “how malleable definitions of words and phrases can be.” Eve’s artworks probe topics including technology, youth culture, and relationships. Eve takes inspiration from her everyday experiences, and she describes her practice as consolidating her thoughts and putting them out into the world. Eve provides tantalising beginnings that allow the viewer “to complete the story themselves."

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