When Space Dissolves into Luminosity; Where Flowers Bloom Amidst Rocks
Address: 50 Cuscaden Road HPL House #01-01 Singapore 249724
Date: 15 - 25 April
Time: Mon to Fri: 10:00am - 7:00pm Sat: 11:00am - 6:00pm Closed on Sun & Public Holidays
In the visual imageries of Chiew Sien Kuan, Oh Chai Hoo, Ng Siok Hoon and Terence Tan, lies a burgeoning sense of detachment from the physical world, where space seems to dissolve into luminosity and manifest into a utopian state. Other works in this exhibition explore notions of desire, limitations and how one relates to the material world. Both Lim Soo Ngee and Yang Zhong Da highlight subtle details by bringing seemingly incompatible worlds together to create compositions with a streak of odd humor and curiosity. On the other hand, the works of Chng Seok Tin, Han Sai Por, Chua Chon Hee and Lynn Lim are deeply rooted in nature and its inextricable connection to the very essence of life. Each of their creations linger between the fictional and the experiential, suggesting perhaps, within the intersections and between the realm of the real and the imagined is where the authentic lies.
Private Preview: 13 April 2017, 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Exhibition Opens to Public: 15 April – 25 April 2017