Luke Rion Print


Artist: Luke Rion

Title: ‘Lost Gamboy

Year Created: 2020

Artist Statement:‘Lost Gameboy’ further explores the theme of discarded technology from ‘Lost Relics’. The painting explores a Game Boy left in the autumn warmth on a forest floor while headphones pump out 8 bit tunes and game carts are left nearby, hastily swapped when a stage gets too hard. Already a relic and swirl of lost memories.

Artist Bio: Luke Rion is a New Zealand born artist, who is currently based out of Melbourne. For the last decade his practice has explored figurative and still life subjects, with a particular focus on our nostalgic relationship with objects and the negative space in which they inhabit.

In his latest body ‘Lost Relics’ Rion journeys through childhood video game nostalgia, and how something so vivid and so relevant in youth fades and eventually becomes discarded and lost. A comment on our ephemeral rituals with technology.

Sizes: A4 21cm x 29.7cm
A3 29.7 cm x 42cm
A2 42cm x 59.4cm

Printed at Milkbar Print on Bauhaus 230gsm Universal Art Paper (Fine art/giclee). Cotton/Alpha Cellulose, Archival, smooth finish, mid weight. Manufactured in Germany.

All prints are sold unframed.
1.2cm Embossed ‘Just Another Print’ in the bottom corner (will slightly vary per print)

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A2, A3, A4