A collaboration between Warren Khong and Urich Lau
#103 Document: Interference
Chapel Gallery, Objectifs
2 December to 22 December
Tue to Sat, 12pm to 7pm / Sun, 12pm to 4pm
Join us for the opening 1 Dec, Thu at 7pm // and the artist talk on 10 Dec, Sat at 2pm.
Light-Space brings together two artists whose practices deal heavily in painting and video art respectively, having a shared interest in the materiality and elemental concepts of light and space. The interaction of captured imageries and electronic pulses animates the relation of colours and light. Presenting a collaborative exhibition through the employment of disruptive images and the restructured space, the work looks at the conditions at the site.
In presenting the concept and physicality of space through the use of light and how the work is constantly being re-presented, only ceasing to exist in the absence of light.
The integral part of art making here comes through the notion of ‘drawing with light’. This exhibition examines the polarity and duality in permutations of light-space manipulation towards the making of image without content.
View the exhibition catalogue here: Light-Space Catalogue.
The exhibition is supported by
National Arts Council
Objectifs – Centre for Photography and Film
Hong Huazheng Photography
Seng Yu Jin