Ok, during this COVID-19 pandemic, while exercising social distancing to flatten the curve, staying home not doing that much, check out these four amazing photo-realistic, thought-provoking, larger than life murals by WD. This Athens-based Indonesian artist is currently having his exhibition at Rumah Sanur till 26 March 2020.
He calls his exhibition “Slaves of Objects” to show his critique upon capitalist society and consumerism, how people becoming slaves of objects.
Been living in Greece for more than a decade, WD (Wild Drawing) has put himself on the map and becoming one of the most talented artist of the contemporary art scene in the country. His artworks often address current economic, political and social issues in local and global terms.
Born in Bali, WD obtained his degrees in Fine Arts and in Applied Arts. Since 2000, when he became part of The Pojoks crew, he is an active participant on the street. In early 2000 he moved to Greece and immediately fell in love with Athenian graffiti/street art scene.
WD has participated n many festivals, leaving his unique mark on the walls in such countries as Greece, France, Germany, the UK, Italy, Malta, Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden, and his native country. WD’s studio work has been included in several important street art-themed books, including X-Archia Uncensored by Takis Spiropoulos, Planet Banksy by KET, and Street Craft by Rikka Kuittinen.
You can just come to Rumah Sanur to witness the breathtaking murals yourself. There won’t be many people around. Just keep your distance and wash hands often.
Some texts are borrowed from Widewalls.