The visual art collective instinctive presents instinctive 2.0: (in)significant. The exhibition brings together 13 artists from both Singapore and abroad of diverse practices and working across various mediums to explore the oft-overlooked aspect of size and scale.
instinctive 2.0: (in)significant will be held from 20th to 22nd October 2017 and is the first of two exhibitions in which the artists of instinctive come together to examine the scale of an artwork in relation to art-making and the viewers’ encounter of it. instinctive 2.0: (in)significant will feature works no smaller than A4 (210 x 297 mm) and no larger than A2 (420 x 594 mm), while the follow-up 2018 exhibition instinctive 2.1: (in)significant will mainly showcase works of larger size and scale.
A Singapore-based artist collective, instinctive consists of artist-members from across the globe. It was first formed in 2016 with artists coming together in the tenets of collaboration, cultural exchange and friendship. Temporal in nature, instinctive renews itself on a yearly basis. The 2017/2018 iteration of instinctive include artists Alba Escayo (Spain), Chang Hui Fang (Taiwan), Claire Deniau (France), Deusa Blumke (Brazil), Justin Lee (Singapore), Kim Kei (USA), Lisa Chandler (New Zealand), Martha Chaudhry (USA), Natalia Ludmila (Mexico), Paul Campbell (USA), Shin-young Park (New Zealand), Urich Lau (Singapore) and Yeo Shih Yun (Singapore).
Opening: 20 October, 7-9pm
On View: 21-22 October, 12-6pm
Venue: INSTINC SOHO, soho2@central #04-163, 12 Eu Tong Sen Street, S (059819)
When: 20 - 22 Oct 2017,