Lot 63 - Marc Prats - S
Lot 63 - Marc Prats - S
Lot 63 - Marc Prats - S

Lot 63 - Marc Prats - S

Watercolour on Paper

2022

A6 (10x15cm) Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

ARTIST INFO

 

Education 

 

2019 - present MA Painting, Royal College of Art 
2018 - 2019 MA Arts and Culture, Leiden University  
2013 - 2016 BA Liberal Arts and Sciences, Utrecht University 
 

Select Exhibitions/Awards 

 

Selected Exhibitions 
 
2022 ‘Emergence’, The Room London, London 
‘After Dark’, Sworders Fine Art Auctioneers, London 
‘Selects: Vol. 1’, London Paint Club – Hoxton Art Space, London 
 
2021 ‘Through The Mirage’, The Fitzrovia Gallery, London  
‘Witching Hour’, Electrowerkz, London 
‘A Space to Hold the Gaze’, Liliya Art Gallery, London  
‘Still Alive’, MAPA Fine Art, London 
 
2020 ‘Jam Session Part II’, Christian Marx Gallery, Düsseldorf  
‘Slipping the Net’, Robert Young Antiques, London 
 
2019 ‘Venus’, Amics de la UNESCO Foundation, Barcelona 
 
2018 ‘Distòpies Domèstiques’, Palau de la Diputació, Tarragona 
‘Show 51: Our Souls to Keep’, Field Projects Gallery, the Internet 
 
Selected Awards 
 
2021 Awarded the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant (First Grant Painting) 
 

Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork   

 

I am a London-based artist from Barcelona. My current practice inhabits the crossroads between psychology and digital technology. It explores the consequences of social media and mobile devices upon our cognition. I see my works as post-digital representations of the human mind, unfolding into a series narratives. These are stories that straddle the digital and the analogue to convey the hybrid reality that is our surroundings, while discussing my generation’s experience with ubiquitous devices and associated phenomena. 

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