Breaks and tears, chance and change are inevitable. The exhibition looping loopholes deals with the repetitive, reflexive interaction between people, space/place and time. With flair and a good sense of humour, the artists – Duto Hardono, Muhammad Akbar and Rizki Resa Utama (aka OQ) – raise the question of whether we can embrace mistakes as a blessing in disguise.
Duto Hardono (Jakarta, 1985) presents two site-specific sound installations: How to perform John Cage’s 4’33” on a tape loop delay as demonstrated by a band of cacti (2009) and Not an Event in Life (2015).
Muhammad Akbar (Bandung, 1984) presents a series of five single-channel videos titled In Gaze Control and a video projection titled The Light Runner.
Rizki Resa Utama (aka OQ; Bandung, 1982) presents a two-channel video installation titled Kembali ke Sekolah (Back to School) and two photo performance works titled Hallo #1 and #2.
The exhibition is curated by Roy Voragen.
Opening Preview: Friday, 24 April, 6pm – 9pm
Artist Talk: Saturday, 25 April, 2pm – 3.30pm, moderated by Michael Lee
Venue: YEO WORKSHOP, Gillman Barracks, 1 Lock Road, Singapore 108 932
When: 24 Apr - 15 Jun 2015,
By: Yeo Workshop