Cunxin Cuntie Cunxin 寸心寸铁寸心

Cunxin Cuntie Cunxin 寸心寸铁寸心

WHEN
16 – 31 January 2021
VENUE
Comma Space, 51 Jalan Pemimpin, #04-02 (go to Google maps)
OPENING HOURS
Sat – Sun, 1pm – 6pm
Tue – Fri, by appointment
ADMISSION
Free Admission
WEBSITE
https://comma-space.com

Cunxin Cuntie Cunxin 寸心寸铁寸心

寸心寸铁寸心寸草,
寸心寸木寸心寸土;
无事无心无事无为,
无事于心无心于事;
十九八九二〇二〇。

Cunxin Cuntie Cunxin 寸心寸铁寸心 is a solo exhibition by artist Tang Da Wu 唐大霧. The exhibition is the 10th of the 12 Solo curatorial series by Wang Ruobing organised by Comma Space 逗号空间. Tang was born in 1943 in Singapore. He co-founded The Artist Village in 1988, a collective committed to promoting experimental art through the provision of studio and exhibition space. Tang often explores social and environmental issues through various mediums including performance, installation, painting, stitching and drawing, etc. At present, he is a part-time lecturer at the National Institute of Education, Singapore. 

For more information, please visit the event website.

Image courtesy of Tang Da Wu.
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