12 – 22 February 2004
The Fullerton Hotel 1 Fullerton Square #01-10 Singapore 049178
Local artists, Ian Woo, Baet Yeok Kuan, and Chng Nai Wee, are featured in this group exhibition exploring abstract colours and lines, entitled “Pigments and Metaphors”. Despite the dissimilarities with regards to form and composition, their works are intimate and inimitable representations of the world.
Ian Woo’s work arouses thought-provoking pleasure. His use of soothing pastel colours is contrasted by floating subliminal text challenging us to reconsider his visual drama. A lecturer of Sculpture at Singapore’s National Academy of Fine Arts, Baet Yeok Kuan’s current work combines universal geometric shapes with more enigmatic, amorphic forms—wavering between a flat 2 dimensional plane and our world. By contrast, Chng Nai Wee, who is known for his whimsical bio-scientific installations, paints with music. His current acrylic collection resonate the essence of forests entangled in abstract colours; branches and leaves embodying a vibrant lyrical quality.
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