Exhibiting two sculptural works, A Short History of Man and Animal and The Cerumen Strata. Images shown here provide an glimpse into the construction of the work on site for the museum exhibition. The individual links show the finished images of the works with descriptions.
Featuring commissioned artworks, artist loans and works from the Singapore Art Museum collection, Odyssey: Navigating Nameless Seas invites visitors into Earth’s watery realms, as seen through the eyes of contemporary artists. Through the centuries, over numerous expeditions, and with ever-increasing sophistication in science and technology, humankind has sailed the seven seas and plunged into the very depths of oceanic trenches. Yet there remains much to be discovered of this alien world.
Odyssey: Navigating Nameless Seas is where artists delve into the unfathomable depths of the ocean’s mysteries, and also think through the tempests that batter our sails on this journey through life. Riddled with twists and turns, where will our explorations take us? While we seem to know more and more about the world around us, to what extent does it give us insights into human nature? To what ends our endless discoveries?
Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan | Choe U-Ram | Pratchaya Phinthong | Rashid Rana | Sally Smart | Wyn Lyn Tan | Richard Streitmatter Tran | Entang Wiharso | Ashley Yeo and Monica Moon
Odyssey - Navigating Nameless Seas
Curated by Andrea Fam & John Tung
June 4 - August 28, 2016