Eleanor Wang (b.1994, London) is an artist who works predominantly with painting alongside a more collaborative practice involving performance. Eleanor explores content generated from everyday behaviours and routine. Through the repetition and categorisation of her imagery, she creates situations for multiple overlaps. Eleanor lives and works in London, UK with strong influences from her Chinese heritage.
The Slade School of Fine Art, London, United Kingdom
2018 Cass art painting prize
2017 Sarabande Foundation Emerging Artist award
2017 Stanbury Scholarship Prize, Slade School of Fine Art
2015 Melvill Nettleship Prize, Slade School of Fine Art
2021: A Couple Of, Hive Centre for Contemporary Art, Beijing (Upcoming); Emergence, Rise Art, London; The Power of Five, The Artists Contemporary Atelier, Digital; Delphian Open Call, Unit 1 Gallery, London; 2020: Pending, San Mei Gallery, London
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
These works are diaristic representations of behaviours and actions I have observed and continue to look for in daily life. Depicting holiday reading positions; backseat sports commentary; family portraits and park-based rehearsed movements, the paintings and drawings are a personal commentary that scratch the surface of the performance of everydayness.
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