At Waterloo Centre, artists take over the pockets of space between residential and commercial areas. A structure stretching across the plaza is wrapped in black. A cave is constructed using objects discarded by residents. A painter plays with the aging textures of the building's architecture. 12 artists. 12 new proposals for encountering space.
Noise Art Mentorship Showcase: Proposals for Waterloo
19 – 31 January 2017
12 – 7 pm
262 Waterloo Street
ARTISTS / Cally Tan / Chan Jia Yu / Cynthia Delaney Suwito / Fajrina Razak / ila / Kayleigh Goh / Lee Chuan / Lee Wan Xiang / Nhawfal Juma'at / Rifqi Amirul / Tan Luo Yi / Winnie Yip
MENTORS / Melissa Tan / Ong Kian Peng / Robert Zhao Renhui / SpeakCryptic / Tan Peiling / Yong
Rifqi Amirul Rosli is an artist in Singapore whose works often deals with the in-between of things: states of suspension, transition, liminality. He probes into the construction of personal boundaries and speculative states that defines one’s purpose and sentimentality towards a place. He describes the personal connection one has to a physical, or an imagined place, which may not necessarily be a typical home, but could relate to a sense of familiarity, a tradition or a regular activity that becomes a part of one’s identity.
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