Lives and Works: Singapore
Jeremy Sharma works around ideas of aesthetics and production. His practice investigates various modes of enquiry in the information age, addressing our present relationship to modernity and interconnectivity in the everyday and our place in an increasingly fragmented and artificial reality.
Over the past nine years, he has had a number of solo presentations that includes Mode Change (2014) with Michael Janssen Gallery Berlin/Singapore, Factum (2014) with Primae Noctis Gallery, Switzerland, Terra Sensa at the Singapore Biennale (2013), Exposition (2013) at Grey Projects Singapore and Apropos (2012) at the Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore. He has also done projects with the NTU Centre of Contemporary Arts Singapore, ifa Gallery Berlin (2015), Fundación Sebastián Mexico (2015), Busan Biennale (2014), Osage Art Foundation and City University Hong Kong (2014), Tokyo Art Book Fair (2011), 14th Asian Art Biennale Bangladesh (2010), Bangkok Experimental Film Festival (2008) and the ICA London (2005). His work has also been shown in numerous group exhibitions in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Hong Kong, Korea, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, France, England, Mexico and the United States.
His work has been the subject of critical discussion in various print and online publications including Asian Art News, Asia Art Pacific and Wall Street International and is part of a number of public and private collections.
He also teaches with the Faculty of Fine Arts at the LASALLE College of the Arts.
Image Credit: Ng Wu Gang
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