where meaning collapse looks at meaning as something that cannot be quantified; it is a singular collective. meaning here can be substituted for places, identities, things, emotions, ideas and processes that fall into one another. In the syntax and ambiguity of the exhibition title, these words suggest fragments taken out of a sentence. In doing so, they allow possibilities for discovery and nuances of signification – engaging the audience to question modes of thought and embrace the notion that art, like language, is an exploration.
where meaning collapse will be the first open studio graduate exhibition to be held at LASALLE College of the Arts’ Winstedt campus, and the first opportunity for the general public to gain first-hand insight into the research and multi-disciplinary practices of LASALLE’s graduating fine art students.
This exhibition will give visitors the unique opportunity to explore the 5,000 square metre Winstedt compound which houses the studios and workshops of the Faculty of Fine Arts and its multinational students who hail from countries such as Singapore, India, Iceland and Indonesia. The students will showcase a wide range of art in different media that will highlight emerging contemporary practices.
Opening night: 28 April 2016 at 6.30 pm
Guest of honour June Yap, the internationally renowned curator of south and southeast Asian art.
Exhibition dates: 29 – 30 April 2016, 12:00 noon – 7:00 pm
Venue: Winstedt Campus, LASALLE College of the Arts, 9 Winstedt Road, Singapore 227976
When: 28 - 30 Apr 2016,
By: LASALLE College of the Arts