Visual Thinking: Sense of Knowing

Visual Thinking: Sense of Knowing

WHEN
14 January – 13 February 2022
VENUE
Comma Space 逗号空间 (go to Google maps)
OPENING HOURS
Sat - Sun 1-6PM
Tue - Fri by appointment only
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ADMISSION
Free Admission
WEBSITE
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Visual Thinking: Sense of Knowing

Being one of the oldest forms of human expression, drawing is an in-between phase of disciplinary development that crystalises an artist’s ideas and imagination. “Visual Thinking: Sense of Knowing” is a group show featuring the process drawings by 11 local artists, which have rarely been seen by the general public. 
 
For artists, creating drawings is more than an intuitive expression, which can help to bring their sensation into knowing. It is an important moment of visual thinking that captures the relationship between hands and mind, which is often a result of visualisation, de-problematisation, projection into unknown and visual communication.
 
The drawings in the show are chosen with the condition that the final artworks have already been successfully realised. The artists, selected based on their diversified areas of practices, include conceptual artists, sculptors, painters, performer, architect, etc, offering an extensive view of how drawings play a critical part in the realisation of a final creation. 

“Visual thinking” is part of “INBETWEEN” - a key curatorial series of Comma Space for 2021-2022.

Image courtesy of Ezzam Rahman and Galeria BWA
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13 January – 2 February 2022
As part of the Chan Davies Art Prize 2021, artists Danial Shafiq and Victoria Hertel create a synaptic and auricular response to the site and architecture of the exhibition space at starch through the use of installation and objects.
Exhibition
Utterly Art Exhibition Space, 20B Mosque Street, Singapore 059500
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Singapore Botanic Gardens
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