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Current Exhibition – Mixed Materiality
November 18, 2021

White Space Art Asia is pleased to present ‘Mixed Materiality’, an exhibition dedicated to exploring the relationship between medium and message. Featuring an international roster of artists, the show offers a diversity of approaches that challenge the boundaries of art.

Mixed Materiality lies at the crossroads of reality and imagination. Made with unconventional mediums such as bone china and diasec print, each piece is a gateway into new and unexplored frontiers. With extraordinary, otherworldly designs, the artworks are an invitation into a world synthesised through pure form alone. From Vasso Frakgou’s undulating waves and Petr Weigl’s inimitable style, Mixed Materiality is a collection of works that encourages us to look at the world through a new lens. 

With the mixture of minds on display, Mixed Materiality redefines art, its mediums and the paradigms that underpin it.

Exhibition Period: 19 November to 15 December 2021, Open 10am – 7pm (Tuesday-Sunday)

Venue: 1H Yong Siak Street, Tiong Bahru Estate, Singapore 168641  

General Enquiries: +65 6738 4380

White Space Art Asia is pleased to present ‘Mixed Materiality’, an exhibition dedicated to exploring the relationship between medium and message. Featuring an international roster of artists, the show offers a diversity of approaches that challenge the boundaries of art. Mixed Materiality lies at the crossroads of reality and imagination. Made with unconventional mediums such […]

August 26, 2021

White Space Art Asia is proud to present ‘Traces of Innocence’, a collection from Henan native and artist, Zhang Wen.   A collection nostalgic for the years gone past, Zhang’s works are an immortalisation of the ephemerality of youth. Dotted with playful figures that dance across vast landscapes, her oeuvre celebrates the simplicity of childhood. […]

March 23, 2021

Featuring Artists: Ronald Apriyan, Petr Weigl, Tommy Yue, Ink & Clog and Zheng Yuan Wu Pop art first emerged as a movement in the United Kingdom and the United States in the mid to late 1950s. Pop’s reintroduction of identifiable imagery drawn from mass culture such as advertising, comic books, and mundane mass-produced objects was […]

January 6, 2021

Myths are often used as a way to make meaning in a world full of unknowns. In ancient times, humans weaved fantastical stories out of phenomena that they are unable to explain in order to make the heavenly intangibles tangible. It also lends itself to a pedagogical function, allowing us to understand and connect with […]

December 1, 2020

What is Wet Plate Photography? Wet plate collodion (or sometimes known as tintype when poured onto a sheet of black anodized aluminium) is an early photographic process that was invented in 1851. Unlike the instant gratification you get from its digital counterpart today, analogue photography like collodion takes approximately 10 minutes from start to finish […]

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