In his 8th solo exhibition Bias Colours, David explores new themes and pushes boundaries in his paintings and sculptures, the artist impresses again with his mind wrenching renditions.
David’s master works examines and touches on explicit bias, which refers to attitudes, stereotypes and discrimination expressed through one’s thoughts and actions, as well as implicit bias that a person might not even be aware of.
His closely aligned ideologies, a layering of styles, possibilities & even paradoxical equivalents in his art acknowledges coloured tensions for the ephemeral nature and ethereal quality of all species of mankind. His works are monumental, epic, representational, & generates environmental concerns based on realms mediated and grounded in reality. David Chan epitomizes and questions the quintessence of human dignity using imageries and sculptures in his latest creative exploration.
Opening Reception: January 24th, 6pm- 9pm
Talk & Workshop: David will be giving a talk on the inspiration of his new series and a painting demonstration on site.
2nd February, Friday 7pm to 9pm
3rd February, Saturday 1pm to 3pm
Venue: DUO Galleria, 7 Fraser Street #01-03, Singapore 189356
When: 24 Jan - 14 Feb 2018, 11.30am - 6.30pm