Jeremy Hiah’s new solo exhibition, ‘The Albino Circus’, takes as its point of departure his own oeuvre of performance art and George Orwell’s Animal Farm.
As dual acts of preservation – in the form of self-memorialisation and preserving what it means to be human – the series of drawings sound a note of caution on the consequences of man reducing himself to an animal, either in the guise of worldly corruption or enslavement to work.
Surreal allegorical figures, part human and part animal, rendered in stark monochromes invite the audience into the cynical yet polysemic, black-and-white yet grey, world of its creator.
Opening: 7pm, 28 April
Artist’s talk: at 7pm, 2 May
Venue: Coda Culture, 02-160, Block 803, King George’s Avenue, Singapore 200803
When: 28 Apr - 5 May 2018,
By: Coda Culture