Mulan Gallery presents Heirloom, a solo exhibition showcasing works by Adeline Tan. The exhibition will run from 11 March – 8 April 2017.
Heirloom is an exploration of the importance of memory, evolution, love and familial bonds in bolstering us against the effects of further environmental and social degradation, and how they may well represent nature and humanity’s only real hope for salvation and the engendering of new beginnings
This new series of works reflects the artist’s response to this looming social geographical debris tipping exponentially towards critical mass – a grim, if unintended, consequence of humankind’s persistent assault on the environment and society that poses a real challenge to nature and the continued survival of the species. They depict a post-apocalyptic future where some species of flora have inexplicably annexed certain fauna, metamorphosing into tenacious beasts – mutants or botanical creatures, as the artist calls them, each vividly alive and distinct with their own personalities.
Venue: Mulan Gallery, 36 Armenian Street, #01-07 S(179934)
Exhibition Period: 11 March – 8 April 2017
Exhibition Opening Event: 10 March 2017, 7 to 9 pm
When: 10 Mar - 8 Apr 2017,
By: Mulan Gallery