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IYVONE KHOO


Iyvone Khoo (born in Singapore) lives and works in London, UK. Her diverse media include glass, video, light, bioluminescence and invertebrates.

Khoo confronts the peril of how we set ourselves apart from nature as if it is different from us. Her practice explores the ephemeral transitory of the human condition within nature as she observes the phenomenon present in the microcosm and the macro cosmos.

In her work, it aims to facilitate a hypothetical conversation between man and nature.

Situated in the overlap and contrast between ideas of nature and the artificial, Khoo speculates interspecies communication, environmental consciousness through her practice.

She is known for her work that explores the aesthetics and artistry of bioluminescent. As a MEAD Fellow, she collaborates with scientists from Scripps Institution of Oceanography filming living bioluminescent phytoplankton.

Iyvone has exhibited in the UK, USA and internationally. Her works are collected in private collections.


Iyvone Khoo (born in Singapore) lives and works in London, UK. Her diverse media include glass, video, light, bioluminescence and invertebrates.

Khoo confronts the peril of how we set ourselves apart from nature as if it is different from us. Her practice explores the ephemeral transitory of the human condition within nature as she observes the phenomenon present in the microcosm and the macro cosmos.

In her work, it aims to facilitate a hypothetical conversation between man and nature.

Situated in the overlap and contrast between ideas of nature and the artificial, Khoo speculates interspecies communication, environmental consciousness through her practice.

She is known for her work that explores the aesthetics and artistry of bioluminescent. As a MEAD Fellow, she collaborates with scientists from Scripps Institution of Oceanography filming living bioluminescent phytoplankton.

Iyvone has exhibited in the UK, USA and internationally. Her works are collected in private collections.
EVERY DAY 
IS OCEAN DAY
It is a day to remember that the ocean needs us and we need the ocean.
When artists and activists come together, we amplify each other's purpose.

The world needs beautiful things,
The world also needs things that make us think and take action.
Art is essential, Activism is essential, Conservation is essential.

Timing this NFT drop with a green blockchain was a priority as I believe Art, Activism and Cryptocurrency can be conduits of change.

Iyvonne Khoo is donating 50% of the proceeds from the open edition art piece directly to Seed World to support their work with local communities, with beach cleanup equipment for outreach at local schools in Hawaii.

Your support will also benefit the artist to continue to make work and develop.

ARTWORKS
Coral Moon
OPEN EDITION
(+3AP)
TEZOS NFT

Iyvone Khoo is donating 50%
of the proceeds
of all open edition sales
to the Seed World foundation,
to support local communities in Hawaii
to remove micro-plastics from the beaches.
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Description:
Somewhere in time,
drenched in electric blue,
a fluorescent reef wallows,
under a coral moon.

Ascend Descend, In pixel dust we trust
MULTIPLE EDITION
EDITION: 5 ( + 3AP )
TEZOS NFT
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Description:
The artwork is a symbolic Mandala composed of both biotic and synthetic elements. The living organisms represent the sentient lifeforms of our planet and the plastic objects are markers of the Anthropocene, expressing the plastic zeitgeist of our time.

The piece 'deify' these tiny organisms, venerated as sentient beings in a microcosm to remind us of our forgotten biological kinship and interconnectedness with other life forms.

There are two oxygen generating life forces on our planet, the Forest and the Ocean.
Some of the largest and the tiniest organisms perform life sustaining miracles everyday. For millions of years mycelium nourishes the trees while phytoplankton in the ocean produces oxygen and fixed carbon - as I breathe, I thank the ocean, and the forest and the sun, for without light, life cannot sustain.

The Mandala is a spiritual and ritual symbol used by Asian cultures as an aid to meditation. It is a representation of the cosmos, an imaginary palace, it is often venerated as a portal toward an inner journey of transformation to achieve awareness and potential in themselves. It all starts with awareness of breathing, often depicting a deity in the center.

Canary Song
MULTIPLE EDITION
EDITION: 3 ( + 3AP )
TEZOS NFT
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Description:
The Canary Song pays homage to Miners' Canaries.

Canary birds were used to detect low oxygen levels and dangerous gases in mines.

This assemblage depicts a combat between a soldier and an elephant amongst an industrial landscape. The seemingly childlike and innocent diorama displays how we observe, utilise and vandalise our environment.

Eternal Spring
MULTIPLE EDITION
EDITION: 3 ( + 3AP )
TEZOS NFT
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Description:
Plastic gets to the ocean through over 1000 rivers.

The piece consists of an assemblage from Plasticglomerates, lightbulb, toy wheel and drift plastics. Inspired by the Chinese characters written on a piece of drift plastic ("水汽泉") in English: Water, Gas, Spring. The puzzling words evoke a metaphor of an artificial spring spewing micro plastic waterfalls.
We discovered much later it was part of a plastic crate for soft drinks manufactured in Macau during the 50s.
Plastiglomerate is a new type of materials fused with organic matter and plastic.
It resembles volcanic rock, except that it is plastic.

Solaris Dream, you are me
MULTIPLE EDITION
EDITION: 3 ( + 3AP )
Tezos NFT
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Description:
The ocean dreams of the Sun.
Where communication exists in the fields of vibration.
Sea of waves oscillating from light, to sound, touching all sentient and the living.

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