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Rustling Print

Sim Hoi Ling


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Portrait of a lady on the street where people busy walking by, with sorrow in eyes. (H)80cm x (W)140cm. Oil Painting, Original artwork created by Sim Hoi Ling. Please allow some difference in color due to different color calibration across devices, and 1-3mm difference due to manual measurement. Framing is not included. This painting will be signed on the back of the canvas. It was created using Oil paint and Liquin on canvas. You will receive a certificate of authenticity with your painting. World Wide shipping takes around 10 days to arrive, depending on final destination.

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:6 W x 12 H x 0.1 D in

Size with Frame:11.25 W x 17.25 H x 1.2 D in

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Website | Sim Hoi Ling is an image-maker whose praxis is influenced by photography, with her subject often revolves around places of decayed. She enjoys exploring unconventional ways of marks-making and has exhibited works in the form of printmaking, media/video art, installation and performance. Her work was presented at festivals across Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, also collected internationally by collectors from the United States, Canada, Germany and Malaysia. - She has exhibited in Kuala Lumpur Experimental Film Festival (KLEX): ZERO ONE (2019), with the video work about the merging of realities in the advent of the internet and digital culture; Melaka Arts & Performance Festival, The Baboon House Malacca (2019), with her interactive voice installation regarding an existence grappling in between life and death; Animistic Apparatus Artistic Research Lab, Udon Thani, Thailand (2019), a self recursive installation device utilising insects and motion sensors, accompanying the video work "VR" by Manasak Khlongchainan; UNESCO Day Celebration: Youth for Change (2018), an interactive installation with the woes of endangered animals in pierced bamboos.

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