p-10 Art Networking Potluck no.5
A talk by Jason Lim (Singapore) and Ping Lee (Singapore) on their perceptions of clay and ceramics.
Jason Lim will be showing images of his works made in the Netherlands (European Ceramics Work Centre) and Australia (Craft Queensland Gallery) and a short video of the facilities in The Netherlands and wood firing process in University of Southern Queensland (Australia). Ping Lee will be showing images of her participation in an anagama kiln firing in Japan.
Jason Lim is a Singapore artist and renowned ceramicist who graduated in 1992 from Central St. Martin's College of Art and Design in London in ceramics. He recently completed a residency in Queensland, Australia, that culminated in an exhibition at Craft Queensland Gallery. His influential exhibitions include '3 Tonnes of Clay' at the Substation gallery (1995), which pushed the boundaries of ceramics in Singapore, and a performance with Artists Investigating Monuments (AIM) at the Raffles Landing Site (2000).
Ping Lee is an avid clay artist and Waldorf/Steiner educator who graduated in 2001 from Taruna College, New Zealand and is currently completing her post-graduate education diploma with the National Institute of Education.
Date: 14 Apr 2004 (Wed)
BYO drinks and food.
The talk will be broadcasted live online. You will need to install Yahoo Messenger in order to tune in. When you log onto the Yahoo Messenger network, please contact: dangermuseum.