Cut Me Up Issue 8: Guided by Instinct, curated by Naomi White, is a selection of 18 artworks that explore humans’ complex relationships with animals, and the implications these relationships have on our lives and planet.
In our relationship to animals, there are many contradictions. As John Berger declares in Why Look At Animals, “Animals first entered the imagination as messengers and promises. For example, the domestication of cattle did not begin as a simple prospect of milk and meat. Cattle had magical functions, sometimes oracular, sometimes sacrificial.” We mythologize and revere animals, yet sacrifice, tame, kill and consume them. What does that say about us as a species?
The artists in this issue investigate the dualistic meanings which animals embody and the contradictions in ourselves that this relationship illuminates. Exploring our paradoxical desires to nurture, love, dominate and consume animals, the artists’ responses range from tenderness to concern, from joy to enchantment.
– NAOMI WHITE Artist and Educator
Hatch Art Project, Singapore is delighted to present Broken Capitalism, a group exhibition that will intersect visual arts, music and technology. Supported by Hatch Art Project the exhibition will run for a limited period of two weeks in Tiong Bahru as well as online at MakersPlace and Async.
Bradley Foisset (USA), Chumpol Kamwanna (Thailand), Eduardo Enrique (Venezuela), Iabadiou Piko (Indonesia), jaye (Singapore), Mihov (United Kingdom -Bulgaria), MOJOKO (Singapore), Nguyen Quoc Dzung (Vietnam), Reuel Rendon (Philippines), Tawan Wattuya (Thailand)
Save the date and join us for an epic 12-hour podcast in the comfort of your personal zone this 21 Nov 2020 as I join AGAS and other industry professionals to discuss paths in the route of visual arts.
Quaranzine was created during the first lockdown of COVID-19 period. Over 100 artists submitted their work to refelect on what they have been doing and feeling over this unusual period. This zine compiles some of the best thought-provoking work and serves as a document of our emotions and anxieties during this time. We hope you all can relate
Issue 2 of The TigerMoth Review is now live, featuring poetry, art and photography from 29 contributors from Singapore, Malaysia, Burma, Cambodia, Bangladesh, India, Australia, Canada, USA, Bulgaria and Puerto Rico!
The Tiger Moth Review is truly privileged and thankful to be able to share with you the works of internationally established poets and artists like Lee Maracle, Ko Ko Thett, Vinita Agrawal, Kosal Khiev and Bradley Foisset to name a few, as well as new, promising voices like Faye Ng, Euginia Tan, Amrakajona Zakir (Zakir Hossain Khokan) and Priya Kahlon.
Thank you, and happy reading!
“Increasingly, art is consumed on Instagram and online platforms without the visceral, emotional connection. I believe it’s imperative to supply a place where visitors are able to experience the art ‘analog’ as the artist and curator intended,” shared Bradley Foisset, Lasalle Fine Arts alumnus and Business Development Manager.
An artist himself ,discover what it’s like to straddle the commerce and creative sides of the art world via his feature in YP SG
Images Courtesy of the artists and Chan + Hori Contemporary
[Minimalism: Space. Light. Object.
16 November 2018 to 14 April 2019]
ArtScience Museum is presenting a thematic exhibition exploring form, colour and spirituality, including the work of influential artists such as Carmen Herrera (Cuba-USA, 1915- ); Mona Hatoum (Lebanon/UK, 1952- ) and Richard Long (UK, 1945- ) as well as contemporary artists Song Dong (China, 1966- ); Tan Ping (China, 1960- ); Charwei Tsai (Taiwan/France/Vietnam,1980- ) and teamLab (Japan, 2001- ). Singaporean artist Jeremy Sharma (Singapore, 1977- ) will also be showcasing his new commission at the exhibition. I am honoured to have contributed to Spectrum Version 3 (The Monologues 2018).
Delighted to be invited and contribute to the 2018 initiative. 'Ruben Pang has a long waiting list. Latiff Mohidin is the first Southeast Asian artist in the region to have a solo at the Pompidou Centre. Loi Cai Xiang sold nearly all his works in his debut exhibition. Kamin Lertchaiprasert is collected by the Guggenheim. Yet these four sought-after artists along with 26 more - are coming together to make artworks for an Advent calendar charity sale.'
30 ARTISTS. $250 ORIGINALS. GOOD CAUSE.
Strength as Accident published and soon to be delivered. 100 signed artist copies as well as Ebook and Apple iPad formats for download over the web. November 15th will follow with links when the physical copies arrive. For signed editions contact email@example.com- Thank you!
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Japan-based international online magazine features creative culture: Singaporean fashion designer Josiah Chua and American visual artist Bradley Foisset