Night of Desirable Objects opens up the space for the viewer to contemplate the relationship between objects and their desired states.
With references to the philosophy of Object Oriented Ontology (OOO) and Speculative Realism, this exhibition takes as its point of departure and indeed its point of arrival, the considerations of humans towards objects that are ‘real’ – objects that are accessible to us.
Bruce Quek (b. 1986, Singapore) is a young artist and writer with an unhealthy fascination with emergent behaviour, pathological transference, and puns. All of his endeavours are frequently threatened by the seductive allure of reading random things online, out of a vague belief in the value of consuming as much information as possible.
Melissa Tan (b. 1990, Singapore) graduated with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art from Lasalle College of the Arts in Singapore. She has a predilection for ephemeral themes such as crystal formations and the transformations of landscapes.
Night of Desirable Objects is curated by Andrea Fam and Jason Wee.
Venue: Grey Projects, 6B Kim Tian Rd, Singapore 169246
When: 28 Oct 2020,
By: Grey Projects