“Art should comfort the disturbed & disturb the comfortable.”

― Cesar A. Cruz


Jaxton Su (b. 1988) is a Singaporean Visual Artist, based in Glasgow, UK. He enjoys experimenting with the use of colours in portraying peculiar narratives that delve into the notions of archetypes and the imaginary. Taking inspirations from the natural environment, Jaxton often creates bizarre dreamlike worlds with a whimsical composition of elements to bring across his ideas. He is currently interested in the concept of anthropomorphism of the landscape and how it could bridge a connection between the natural environment and the self, at the same time, exploring how landscape associates metaphorically with human psychology. Working with a variety of different mediums such as painting and installation, he hopes to create a visual utopia that could form a resonation with others and spark an imagination.


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