Multi-disciplinary artist and builder, Creon, originally hails from Sydney, Australia. He claims a unique creative style in which he uses the medium to communicate with “god” through an interactive “flow state”, channeling the meaningful, dark side of pop imagery. In his practice, he aims to stand “on the shoulders of giants” to channel something coming down from above and to unveil a certain kind of universal truth that any audience can enjoy.
Making their Tokyo debut this Saturday, November 12th through 19th with their new pop up dual-exhibition DREAM DEMON, Jodee Knowles and partner Creon present a darkly dreamlike collection of contrasting creation styles, that bring forth questions of differing realities and perceptions. The exhibition focuses heavily on the complexities that arise when the contradictory aspects of polar elements like conscious and unconscious, light and dark are allowed to mingle. The exhibition, held in collaboration with street art NFT marketplace Totemo, features a number of animated digital works alongside physical pieces that mix three-dimensional elements into two-dimensional painted surfaces and upcycled materials.
Jodee Knowles is originally from Perth, Australia and currently based in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales. Her work is heavily based on the human condition and the emotional state of mind that makes or breaks a happy existence. Her portraits are a reflection of one's memories and expectations, in which the concept of an intoxicating other is celebrated or hated by thematically dealing with the feeling of being torn between addiction and satisfaction - between excess and boredom. She is also currently working closely with the Blue Mountains’ Youth Community Group with a focus on street art education.