'Wish you were here'

By eel art

'Wish you were here'

I was kindly allowed to add my Morse code piece to the side of the Prince Albert pub whilst ‘Sinna One’ & ‘REQ’ were painting their mural which consists of 25 portraits of dead music icons. My morse code piece was initially destined for Brighton seafront and was inspired in part by Pink Floyd album, so when I discovered that Syd Barrett was to take centre stage of the mural I thought my morse code piece would be perfect. Thanks to Chris, the Landlord who thought so too.

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eel's art is mischievous and fun. His can-cam is a perfect example of this, turning the very tool of making art into art itself. His art doesn’t set out to express a profound message, indeed quite the opposite, he hopes his work will suggest the viewer look at everyday objects, situations and the world around them from a different perspective and raise an ironic smile. Eel says, 'I constantly hear the questions, ‘But is it art?’ or ‘What are you trying to say?’ I believe it's not a question for an artist to answer; it’s a question for the person viewing the art, not the creator. An artist may produce a piece with a distinct message, but someone may interpret that message completely differently. This for me is successful art. I don’t force the viewer towards a predetermined conclusion. I hope and encourage them to find their own meaning in my art.'


96 works in mixed mediasculpture

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Brighton United Kingdom

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