In Worn In, the Artists have borrowed the visual language employed by furniture chain IKEA and designed pieces of pseudo furniture. The result is an intriguing space that poses the question of what makes a space one that is truly worn-in, and a space for the living. by Aini Azidah, Megan Miao, Georgiana Phua […]
Worn In | Aini Azidah, Megan Miao, Georgiana Phua Memories | Angie Dai Huiling Working Spaces | Kwok Liwen Beryl Self-conscious | Dee Chia Yu Teng Artist Blocks | Diana Ghazali, Joscelin Chew Wonders of Her World | Hew Soo Hun ∞ | Ho Zhen Ming, Ong Xi Wei Grace, Lim Ke Wei Matthew, Tan Siang Yu, Xie […]
“My hand is the extension of the thinking process – the creative process.” Tadao Ando, Architect As artists, we often focus our attention on the final artwork and overlook the messy conceptual and experimental phases. Without the initial spark of an idea, the persistent developmental research, and the relentless explorations to generate possibilities, no artist’s endeavours […]
The theme of my project is communication. Here, the primary form of communication is between my artwork and me. My artwork is a reflection of both my current state of mind and my past experiences, and it enables me to communicate with the world through a private language: art.