Chua (b.1984), a Singaporean photographer and installation artist, is known for tracing themes of apprehension; she will represent the Singapore Tyler Print Institute at this year’s Art Basel. British artist Critchley (b.1983) is an established underwater photographer and videographer who explores watery analogies of the human condition. Despite their dissimilar sensibilities, these two artists embarked on a common vocabulary centered around light; specifically, the diffused and reflected essence of moonlight. This theme inspired the creation of three collaborative pieces, accompanied by various solo works.
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