By Alina Ling & Nasya Goh
One of the ideas that i was drawn towards from the exhibition was the idea of works that are recreated by the artist studio in a space. Some of the works are recreations of the original concept which are recreated through specific instructions. The primary example would be Sol Lewitt’s wall drawings that consists of huge panels created by colour Read more →
Artist Felix Gonzalez-Torres, famous for his interactive work Portrait of Ross (1991) where audience members take candy from a pile until it has been diminished, has returned with another piece in this exhibition. In line with his staple style of allowing the audience to take home a piece of the work ‘NRA (unlimited)’ allows audience members to take a large Read more →
MEGA DEATH – TATSUO MIYAJIMA
The perception of human lives in the form of data.
Mega Death is a work that talks about the lifes that were lost to war and conflict in the 20th century.
Miyajima attempt to portray this circle of life through the counting down of digits symbolising death is so fast, that it’s gone before I am able grasp and Read more →
Reference: Paul, Christiane, ed. A Companion to Digital Art. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2016.
CHAPTER 13 INTERACTIVE ART: INTERVENTIONS IN/TO PROCESS BY NATHANIEL STERN
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Till then, Flazéda! jamz x
The work I was inspired by in the minimalism exhibition was the room for one colour by Olafur Eliasson since not only was it impressive visually due (everyone went “wow” when they first entered the room ) but it has also given me a new perspective on how to use light as a medium. It made me think that Read more →
MINIMALISM – Mono-Ha “Object School”
Throughout the tour of the carefully curated Minimalism exhibition, works that caught my eye were works by Lee Ufan and Nobuo Sekine, with both artists having led the Mono-Ha movement in East Asia.
Mono-Ha “Object school” was an Eastern school of thought, which represented a group of 20th century Japanese artists. The core Read more →