“The absurd enlightens me on this point: there is no future. Henceforth this is the reason for my inner freedom.”
Albert Camus, The Myth of Sisyphus (pg.56)
Albert Camus is a French philosopher, author, and journalist. His books were the cornerstones for my research into Existentialism.
From the book, The Myth of Sisyphus,
“It’s absurd” means “it’s impossible” but also: “It’s contradictory”. pg.28
…a man Read more →
To decide between using either a purely mechanical system where the audience get’s to interact with the installation or setting up an electronic system and let the audience become a button pusher is a decision I’ve to make before going into the construction of the prototype. With the only knowledge I have of the mechanical system coming from my secondary Read more →
What is Not Visible is Not Invisible is an exhibition held at the basement level of National Museum of Singapore(NMS). It features contemporary artworks from the French Regional Collections of Contemporary Art (FRAC) and all of the works explores the idea of intangibility as it encourages viewers to interact with it. The title reminded me of a short article I read on Read more →
It kind of make sense but I was thinking of how to link the particular space (M.A.N) with exisiting data.
I would love to read it. May I know when to collect it?
i will be in school tomorrow at 2pm and can leave it for you outside in the box..there is no ref to color but just lot of examples of Data
here is the web site evolving around the book "Knowledge is beautiful"
https://youtu.be/aDJt2–AFM4 (unable to embed,Embedding disabled by request)
In the first in a series of video interviews, Adrian Searle sits down with artist Ryan Gander to discuss his irreverent and thought-provoking work. Gander explains: ‘It’s just being interested in the world. It’s enjoying keeping your eyes open and your wits about you.’
Quotes from Adrian Searle
“Living is a creative art…”
“Creativity is embedded in Read more →
Based on the observation of a number urban screens, I realised that most of the screens reflect and highlight the space and its activities while some are an extension of the a certain project. There are few points noted through my readings of The Relationship between People and Urban Space in an Urban Space by Basauli Umar Lubis and Read more →
Wok lids, tweeters, pencil microphones, computer with software, amplifiers, sound card and aluminium 380 × 673 × 134 cm Collection of the Artist Zulkifle Mahmod
Singapore Biennale 2016 commission
Singapore in the twenty-first century is a mélange of sights, smells and sounds of various Southeast Asian communities that have taken root here in recent years. The Thai community, for instance, congregates Read more →
A publication produced by Do Not Design Singapore which acts as a catalogue, sort of a ‘dictionary/vocabulary’ of sorts about the architecture in Singapore. The sections are classified according to their functions/purpose and each title of the section are poetically phrased. Images of the buildings are inserted with interviews by various ‘participants/inhabitants’ for instance the architects who built the buildings Read more →