Debbie Ding, SpotSpotting, 2009-Present

Debbie Ding, SpotSpotting, 2009-Present

Engaging Perspectives: New Art from Singapore present works that engage with multifaceted perspectives about Singapore by a generation of artists born in the 1980s and currently working in Singapore. The nine artists and collectives, who are at differing stages of their careers—from emerging artists to those who have exhibited internationally—examine the diverse but related ways in which they engage with the everyday.

Their works explore the physical structures as well as the invisible structures and networks that govern our everyday lives, the relationship of our increasingly urbanized environments to nature, as well as the systems of meaning making through the creation of images and signs that exists in our society. The exhibition aims to provide new perspectives about the everyday within the context of Singapore, but also how this engagement with the everyday is also invariably an engagement with global perspectives.

JASPER YU, Not so rush hour, 2012

JASPER YU, Not so rush hour, 2012

Zhao Renhui, Expedition #43, from the series The Glacier Study Group, 2012-2013

Zhao Renhui, Expedition #43, from the series The Glacier Study Group, 2012-2013

ANG SONG NIAN, 10 Apr 2012, from the series Towards a New Interior, 2013

ANG SONG NIAN, 10 Apr 2012, from the series Towards a New Interior, 2013

Mike Chang, Confrontation, 2012

Mike Chang, Confrontation, 2012

Black Baroque Committee, The Photographer An Executioner's Assistant, 2013

Black Baroque Committee, The Photographer: An Executioner’s Assistant, 2013

The exhibition is organised by the Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA) Singapore and curated by Eugene Tan. Venue supported by JTC Corporation.

About the exhibition

Participating Artists: Ang Song Nian, Black Baroque Committee, Mike Chang, Debbie Ding, Nah Yong En, Bruce Quek, Frayn Yong, Jasper Yu and Zhao Renhui

Start and End Dates: 26 January till 31 March 2013

11:00am to 8:00pm, Tuesday to Sunday (Closed on Mondays and Public Holidays)

Location: Gillman Barracks – Blocks 1, 37, 38, and 39

Courtesy of the artists and the Centre for Contemporary Art, for further information please visit www.gillmanbarracks.com/learn-cca.php.

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