Staggered Observations of a Coast
This exhibition is the most recent in artist Charles Lim Yi Yong’s ongoing mission Sea State, which he started in 2005. It examines the biophysical, political and psychic contours of Singapore by way of the lenses of the ocean.
Lim, a former Olympic sailor, spent half a yr crusing alongside the east coast anchorage of Singapore. He engaged in “staggered remark”, noting wave patterns and clouds, permitting time to cross after which wanting on the identical factors as soon as extra to look at the adjustments that happened.
Lim, who represented Singapore on the 56th Venice Biennale in 2015, explores the concept of “seeing” the invisible, reminiscent of wind, and expands on his work on land reclamation by the state, and the cultures and histories misplaced consequently.
The place: STPI – Inventive Workshop & Gallery, 41 Robertson Quay
MRT: Clarke Quay
When: Until Jan 30; weekdays, 10am to 7pm; Saturdays, 9am to 6pm; Sundays, 10am to 5pm. Closed on public holidays. Closed from 2pm from Dec 24 until Jan 2, regular opening hours to renew on Jan 3
Information: STPI’s web site