Satta presents new exhibition Spiritual Materialism

Satta presents new exhibition Spiritual Materialism
Joe Lauder in Bali for artist's residency — Satta's Spiritual Materialism show presents the fruits of Joe Lauder’s six weeks in Indonesia.

Satta founder Joe Lauder spent six weeks in residence at the Bali outpost of Deus Ex Machina, the surf and custom motorbike brand, shaping reclaimed teak, tropical hardwood, into skateboards.

The work he produced is on display there in the show Spiritual Materialism, which the South London-based artist says explores humans’ attempts to transcend the physical world, venture beyond the self into new realms and the struggle to make sense of those journeys.

If you’re sliding through the Island of Peace, stop by and check out the exhibition at Deus Ex Machina, Jalan Batu Mejan No.8, Canggu, 80361 Bali, until November 28.

Check out more from Satta and Deus Ex Machina, Bali.

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