It has been more than two months since the opening of On Common Ground, it has been an amazing experience, and I am grateful for the people who have help and supported along the way. 😊
The feedbacks and lesson learned from this exhibition are valuable to my career so far. There is more that I need to improve on as an Art Practioner, and I can't wait for my next show someday in the future.
Thank you everyone for the support! It is time to work even harder! 😁 Enjoy the rest of the photos.
The past few week has been a nervy yet exciting journey. It all started with an artwork that by our dear Mr Eng Joo Heng and I was inspired to create a work based on his technique.
Since young, I have always been interested in history. I still remember studying for social studies instead of brushing up on my math when I was in primary school.
So with the chance to create given, I decided to create an artist book based on the history of Singapore. It will be a 4 volume series starting with the Founding of Singapore in book 1, follow by Tales of World War II in book 2 and Bukit Ho Sui and the rise of HDB in book 3 and lastly the Future of Singapore in book 4. My aim was to create a pictorial history book so that we can appreciate our short history.
In Volume 1, the design is hand drawn and transferred onto 4 different sheets of lino. Each sheet represents different colour holding different details to the final part of the image that will be an overlay onto each other.
The Contemporary Printing Festival will be held on 11 - 22 Jan at Capitol Piazza. With the exhibition, workshop and performance that are all printmaking related. Come have a look and I hope to see you there!