This exhibition seeks to bring together works by ten Singaporean artists to explore ideas of liveliness and questions of form, in relation to abstraction as a mode of engaging with different aspects of being. With a selection of prints by the late Singaporean-British artist Kim Lim acting as points of reference throughout the exhibition, works by past STPI collaborators Genevieve Chua, Han Sai Por, Jane Lee and Suzann Victor are brought into dialogue with works in a range of media by local artists Zul Mahmod, Sherman Sam, Jeremy Sharma, Guo-Liang Tan and Ian Woo, expanding on the notion of the interconnectedness of form, material, idea and experience. The presentation examines, more widely, the role of abstraction in our world today, and what it might offer us in these strange and challenging times.
The exhibition is part of a wider project titled “Proposals for novel ways of being”.
Venue: STPI, 41 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238236
When: 5 Dec 2020 - 31 Jan 2021,