Artist Jane Goh invites all to experience the captivating world of femininity, form, and abstraction at her upcoming exhibition, Dancing on Paper.
Curated by Objectifs Outreach Director Ryan Chua, Dancing on Paper showcases a series of abstract nude female drawings created using a unique blend of Chinese ink, crayons, and acrylics. According to Ryan, “Jane’s art is a fusion of tradition and modernity. She adds a unique touch to her work by using unconventional tools like sticks and twigs that she picked to paint.” Jane Goh’s artistic expression gracefully captures the sheer beauty of the female body, inviting viewers on a mesmerising journey into the boundless realm of femininity where form meets abstraction and lines converge to celebrate the sheer beauty of the female body.
Jane Goh, born in 1947, embarked on her artistic journey at the age of 50. Since then, she has developed a unique painting style that seamlessly blends abstraction and distortion. Her art is a therapeutic exploration of flow, gesture, and freedom, celebrating the creative endurance of her models. In describing her artistic process, Jane explains, “When I paint, I feel like I’m in a trance, doing a dance on paper.” Using a mix of Chinese ink, crayons, and acrylics, Jane Goh’s abstract nude female drawings for Dancing on Paper evoke a symphony of emotions that resonate with the complexity and diversity of womanhood.
Venue: Objectifs – Centre for Photography and Film | 155 Middle Road, Singapore 188977
When: 19 Oct - 5 Nov 2023, 7pm - 4pm