A seat has been reserved for you at
a group exhibition of art by
drawings . installations . paintings . prints . soft sculpture

Opening reception: Thursday 2nd June 2005 7 pm
Utterly Art Exhibition Space
208 South Bridge Road 2nd Level, Singapore 058757
Tel: 6226 2605
Mon-Sat 11.30 am - 8 pm Sun 12 noon - 5.30 pm
The exhibition runs till Sunday 12th June 2005.

Do you have a seat? Let’s reserve a seat for you.

“Chope-A-Seat” is a collaborative effort by 5 young artists,

Joey Soh Peiling, Koh Xueting, Tomoko Okuno, Zheng Xu Peng

and Tan Chui Min, who want to “chope” a seat in the art scene.

Everywhere we go, we will take a seat, just for the purposes

of sitting. We take a seat as a transitional process to enjoy

a musical, a meal or even a chat.

The theme of our exhibition revolves around the idea of a Chair

or Seat. It drives both the artists and viewers alike to consider

their thoughts within the narrow proscribed theme. It is a project

that taps on the well of resourcefulness and collaborative

ingenuity that every young artist possesses.

There are so many determined 'facts' about chairs…. But such facts are trivial. Instead of limiting ourselves to this definition, the notion of “chair” will be infused into our artistic language as we see the potential in engaging this theme in our artworks.


"PROOF 2004 Printmaking Society (Singapore) Annual Exhibition"
(17 July to 1 August 2004)

The exhibition featured over 90 prints employing a wide range of techniques, including lino-cut, woodcut, etching, collagraph, stencil, silkscreen, digital printing and aquatint, by 25 local and foreign printmakers from the Printmaking Society (Singapore), including Chan Mei Hsien, Ernest Chan Tuck Yew, Cristene Chang Hoei, Wang-Chen Cheng Mei, Miguel Chew, Chng Seok Tin, Chua Choon Hee, Foo Kwee Horng, Ho E Moi, Marisa Keller, Justin Lee, Lim Choon Jin, Nur Ain, Tomoko Okuno, Poh Kwee Choo, Terry Poh Ju Yong, Kelly Reedy, Susanne Ramberg, Rue Abdul, She Liyin, Debbie Siau, Sio Siew Yuan, Kelvin Tan, Tan Suang Suang and Tay Choon Wei.