Art Fair Philippines introduces a new section that focuses on digital media, work that incorporates and engages with computer technology, animation, virtual or augmented reality, the metaverse, and Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs).

Mark Constantine Inducil


About the Artist

Mark Constantine Inducil (b. 1979) is a Filipino-Australian digital artist based in Melbourne. He has worked in the creative industry for over 20 years and has experience in graphic design, cinematography, and motion design.

Curatorial Notes

Inducil's work for Homecoming reflects his own psyche, a visual manifestation of his personal experiences and trauma. He crafts surrealistic and dreamlike portraits and landscapes, heavily textured and rich in deep, vibrant hues. His background in film, specifically cinematography, and his interest in psychology and philosophy, influence his art and offer glimpses into his inner reality. His works are both visually striking and emotionally evocative, inviting the viewer to see the world through his eyes.

The artist’s work has been exhibited in several cities worldwide, including Melbourne, Beijing, Miami, Bangkok, Moscow, Paris, and around the UK. He has received recognition for its insightfulness and intriguing nature. His willingness to be vulnerable and reveal intimate aspects of himself in his art, unearthing and deconstructing elements of his experiences, memories, and innermost details, add to its depth and impact. Inducil’s art is a testament to the power of self-expression and the ability of art to offer a deeper understanding of the human experience.
Photo Credit: Mark Constantine Inducil