In a world the place expertise is severely built-in into our every day lives, to a level now that we’re discovering ourselves interfacing with expertise extra so than we’re discovering ourselves ingesting sufficient water. What it means to be human is the query of our time and there’s a gallery by the title of Hatch Art Gallery embodying sufficient edge to discover this climatic relationship.
What It Means To Be Human
Director Sue Oh voices an opinion on how unquestionably pivotal our relationship is with expertise.
“Perhaps, it is inevitable that to be human is to weave technology into our existence… the wheel extends the feet”, whereas, “the computer extends the brains’ ability to process information”.
Deconstructed and analysed by younger Singaporean and Regional Artists, this upcoming exhibition is a seemingly futuristic, but a totally and totally related and present exploration of how expertise extends the “human physical system”.
A youthful recent technology which feels the mixing of expertise essentially the most. A populace by no means understanding a world the place expertise was a perhaps somewhat than a should. These gifted younger artists current works starting from digital prints on aluminium, to installations comprising computing components, to vividly colored work of chimera-like figures.
We are invited and welcomed to find the exhibition, More Than Human World: A Wake-Up Call From Post-human at Hatch Gallery.
Walking out this new modern artwork gallery positioned within the coronary heart of Singapore’s Central Business District and Marina Bay, you’re offered an idyllic place to take a drink and a chew to eat to debate and communicate in regards to the marvellous exhibition you simply walked by. The divine décor of velvet lounges and chairs is paying homage to the notorious flamingo lounge, making it the proper place to attempt to make clear the murky boundaries between people, machines, and nature past humanity, together with your firm.
Exhibition is a part of Singapore Art Week (19 – 27 January 2019)
Hatch Art Project positioned at, Asia Square Tower 1, eight Marina View #01-02, 018960.
Participating Artists; Naufal Abshar (b. 1993, Indonesia); Aditya Chandra (b. 1986, Indonesia); Niño M Cubacub (b.1994, Philippines); Seungpyo Hong (b.1980, Korea); Urich Lau (b. 1975, Singapore); Tristan Lim (b. 1993, Singapore); Leeroy New (b. 1986, Philippines); Ngakan Putu Agus Arta Wijaya (NPAAW) (b.1990, Indonesia)