" VOICES OF THE UNFATHOMABLE PHANTOM"
Ching, a post-graduate student from Curtin University of Technology, Western Australia.
LOCATION: NANYANG ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS CAMPUS 11, UPPER WILKIE ROAD SINGAPORE
OPENING NIGHT: 31ST DEC 2000 FROM 7.00PM TILL 10.30PM
TIME: 12.OONN – 6.00P.M
DURATION: 31ST DEC 2000 (SUNDAY) – 6TH JAN 2001(SATURDAY)
SYNOPSIS: Interest in researching on gender issues have stemmed from my background and the living environment in Singapore. The main concern of my works portrayed, is to attempt to seek a possibility for self-identity, as a female. I believe that there is a certain need for compromisation, not only from the females, but contribution of the males as well, to allow this chance of original individuality to occur. When this complexity changes, the space for both genders would naturally change, to accommodate. I attempted to negotiate with the space (physical and mental aspect) created by the males, in relation to the notion of what their standard of beauty is. In comparison, I try to establish a space that may allow the female a freedom to possess it, without any possible influence by the male(s).