YEOH WEE HWEE
NAFA Diploma in Fine Art
In the Fine Art programme, emphasis has always been placed to nurture the artist within our students: one who is creative but possesses self-discipline; imaginative but possesses rigour in practice; critical but driven; a visionary who possesses the ability to sustain the vision. Wee Hwee has shown herself to achieve these qualities and much more.
PLASTIQUE KINETIC WORMS INVITES YOU TO AN OPENING BY
SINGAPORE’S OWN GARBAGE GIRLS!
Appetites for Litter
The 8th Emerging Artists Show 2006
Plastique Kinetic Worms
61 & 63 KERBAU ROAD
Opening on Thursday 9th November 2006, 6.30pm
Reception ends at 8.30pm
Exhibition runs from 10th November till 25th November 2006
Curator’s and Artists’ talk on 25th November 2006 (Saturday),
2.00pm-4.00pm at Plastique Kinetic Worms
SINGAPORE, 9 Oct 2006
Appetites for Litter: The 8th Emerging Artists Show 2006 examines the concept of ‘garbage’ in the context of contemporary art. This exhibition will be held in Plastique Kinetic Worms, Singapore, during 9 – 25 Nov 2006.
The exhibition showcases 4 young Singapore artists who have been making critical impressions with their art practice. Curated by artist Michael Lee Hong Hwee, who is noted for his multidisciplinary exploration of issues in desire and space, the exhibition will explore a consortium of specific issues ranging from institutional critique to environmentalism, everyday violence, defense mechanism, nature in the urban context, human imagination and gothic sensibilities. These issues will be examined through paintings, installation, video, books and objects.
Discover the peculiar fascination with trash and critical transformation of rubbish into Shubigi Rao’s pseudo-archeology of garbage; Jane Porter’s animation and installation starring rubbish in a leading role; Yeoh Wee Hwee’s horrifying yet beautiful sculptures and objects of made from cellulose tape; and Alexis Hy’s manga junkyard.
In-conjunction with the exhibition is a talk and a publication. The curator’s and artists’ talk will offer insights into the genesis of the exhibition, the curatorial process and the artists’ creative practices, while limited editions of a companion book will both document the exhibition and address issues related to the exhibition theme in-depth.
As a gesture of appreciation towards Mr Albert CY Teo, who supports and volunteers in Patient Care Centre, part of artwork sales from the exhibition will be proceeded to the organisation.
YEOH Wee Hwee
Michael LEE Hong Hwee
Patient Care Centre
Gallery opening hours are from 11am-6pm (Tuesdays to Saturdays)
Closed on Sundays, Mondays and Public Holidays
Project is supported by:
Mr Albert CY Teo
Michael Lee Hong Hwee