London-based artist James Seow works across a range of media and techniques, including prints, photography, sculpture and installation. His work often investigates new possibilities in printmaking, forming bridges and dialogues with various disciplines where the exchange of information is also a source of inspiration to materials and technique.

Seow’s hybrid Malaysian and British identity often inspires architectural and urban themes in his work. While he presents the city as a dynamic and vital force, he often raises questions about contemporary urban life: the way we plan, build, consume and experience our cities.  His work is concerned with themes of urbanism, social control, and political struggle. Collectively, his works demonstrate the human attempt to impose order on natural forces, depicting the struggle between the natural and the artificial, the rational and the instinctual.

Seow’s work has been exhibited internationally and is in the collection of various private individuals as well as Central St Martins School of Art and Design and Royal College of Art.

17 - James Seow - Out_Of_Sight_500

‘Out of Sight’

Inkjet print on Hanemuhle Photo Rag 380g . 70cm x 100cm

£600 

14 - James Seow - nineelevan

‘Nine Eleven’

Etching on Somerset Paper . 21cm x 29cm . Edition of 50

£280 

15 - James Seow - paternostersq

‘Paternoster Square’

Etching on Somerset Paper . 21cm x 29cm . Edition of 50

£280 

16 - James Seow - tiananmensq

‘Tiananmen Square’

Etching on Somerset Paper . 21cm x 29cm . Edition of 50

£280 

13 - James Seow - cabotsq

‘Cabot Square’

Etching on Somerset Paper . 21cm x 29cm . Edition of 50

£280