If Home was a word for Illusion
20 April 2016, 7 - 9pm
20 April to 1 May 2016,
12pm – 8pm (daily),
The Substation Gallery, 45 Armenian Street, Singapore 179936
Artist Talk: Conversations with the Self
1 May 2016, 3 – 4.30pm, The Substation Gallery
If Home was a word for Illusion is a group exhibition comprising new works by Charmaine Poh, Lim Jia Ning Michelle, Moses Tan and Willis Turner Henry. Through human-centred narratives, the artists examine everyday anxieties that follow life in contemporary society. Addressing both the mental and physical responses that accompany these tensions, the works, while deeply personal, gather a constellation of voices beyond the artists' own.
The title, If Home was a word for Illusion, questions comfort and familiariity - could what we hold closest to us be but a mirage?
Curated by Syaheedah Iskandar
The artists presented in this exhibition are recipients of the Noise Singapore Prize 2014, under The Apprenticeship Programme (TAP), organised by the National Arts Council. In addition, this project would not have been realised without the generous support of Grenadier Press, RJ Paper and Asahi.
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