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New Sensibilities in Painting and Sculpture31 May - 27 July 2014

New Sensibilities In Sculpture and Painting puts together four artists who use empirical experimentation, challenging today’s digital and static images in their work thus pushing the boundaries of what we understand as painting and sculpture.

New Sensibilities in Sculpture and Painting puts together four artists who use empirical experimentation, challenging today’s digital and static images in their work thus pushing the boundaries of what we understand as painting and sculpture. The artists, hailing from Singapore and Japan, are namely Atsushi Koyama (JP), Zul Mahmod (SG), Taisuke Mohri (JP), and Haruki Ogawa (JP) The collaboration between Singapore and Japan provides particular synergies in its creation due to the platform for growth for artists in Singapore with its new and strong commitment to building platforms and institutions in the arts, and the cutting edge techniques used by artists in Japan. The artists are interested in the exchange with each other’s work and indirectly with the other’s culture. This group exhibition brings the artists together for the first time.

 

To view Zul Mahmod's sound installation, please click the link below:

Zul Mahmod, NO SUBSTANCE (phase 1), Sound Installation, 2014, glass, wood, metal, plastic, light bulbs, solenoids, midi player, dimensions variable

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Artist Talk: Negotiations and Collaborations - In Between Mediums
Date: Saturday 31 May 2014, 4 - 5.30pm

Moderated by Darryl Wee, Head Visual Arts, Blouin Art Info

Participants include:

Zul Mahmod, Artist
Rodion Trofimchenko, Curator, ENTOMORODIA Curatorial net/work, Frantic Gallery
Vanessa Fernandez "Vandetta", Artist & Musician
Dr Khor Chiea Chuen, Senior Research Scientist A*Star

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New Sensibilities in Painting and Sculpture

New Sensibilities in Sculpture and Painting puts together four artists who use empirical experimentation, challenging today’s digital and static images in their work thus pushing the boundaries of what we understand as painting and sculpture. The artists, hailing from Singapore and Japan, are namely Atsushi Koyama (JP), Zul Mahmod (SG), Taisuke Mohri (JP), and Haruki Ogawa (JP) The collaboration between Singapore and Japan provides particular synergies in its creation due to the platform for growth for artists in Singapore with its new and strong commitment to building platforms and institutions in the arts, and the cutting edge techniques used by artists in Japan. The artists are interested in the exchange with each other’s work and indirectly with the other’s culture. This group exhibition brings the artists together for the first time.

 

To view Zul Mahmod's sound installation, please click the link below:

Zul Mahmod, NO SUBSTANCE (phase 1), Sound Installation, 2014, glass, wood, metal, plastic, light bulbs, solenoids, midi player, dimensions variable

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