Of Cuckoos and Sparrows is an inquiry into the prevalence of form and content in relationship to the authorship in the landscape of hyper-exposures.
This experiment is an attempt to understand what constitutes the notion of authorship in visual arts today. The ease and availability of exposure to visual references is a condition that is universally rampant. Subsequently, this accessibility influences the production and consumption of artworks, which allows a high volume of works to thrive in multiplicity. Yet, simultaneously, by and large, there is also a preference for stylistic consistency among visual art practitioners and art collectors.
While the variables that inform a visual artwork is boundless, this experiment will attempt to set up a controlled environment as a creative dissection to find out what is authorship made up of in our day and age.
Venue: DECK, 120A Prinsep Street, Singapore 187937
Gallery Hours: Tues-Sat 12nn to 7pm, Sun 12nn to 5pm, Closed on Mon and PH
When: 16 - 26 Jun 2016,