Mizuma Gallery in Singapore will hold a group exhibition titled “Liminal State” from July 30th. “Liminal State” is a portrayal of social issues, dreams, existentialism, memories and the immortality of the everyday aspects of Singapore.
The story of Singapore is embedded with many turns and victories. Yet, caught in the state of progress, one wonders if not wanders into a silent reverie – what has passed or is to come? The impending doom and uncertainty of change plague the temporary landscape as one is left hanging in the moment of short historicity. In such contemporary times, there is ambiguity, openness, and inderterminacy, bringing about disorientation, yet also leading to new perspectives.
For this time, it attempts to delve into the psyches and artistic wanderings of 5 emerging contemporary artists – Eunice Lim, Ezekiel Wong Kel Win, Lavender Chang, Leonard Yang and Stephanie Burt, in hopes of ambitiously representing the rhythm and holistic identity of Singapore.
Date: July 30th – August 31st, 2016
Opening hours: 11:00 – 17:00 (Till 18:00 on Sunday)
Closed on Monday and Public Holiday
Opening reception: July 30th, 18:00 – 21:00
Place: Mizuma Gallery
Address: 22 Lock Road #01-34 Gillman Barracks, Singapore 108939
Tel: +65 6570 2505
Text: Aya Shomura