Enamel coated mild steel
Dimensions: 60cm (H) x 120cm (W) x 14cm (D) / 23.6" (H) x 47.2" (W) x 5.5" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
In The Periphery Of The Other, Nakamura keeps consistent with the trajectory of questioning uniformity in selected spaces. The focus at present is surveying residential estates in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, specifically those at Subang Jaya. Creating a series from scratch at a distance, equipped with the savvy of virtual resources and relationships, Nakamura touches on how we can investigate the artistic tenets of space-making via looking from the outside in. At the same time, it questions how this inversion gives rise to the re-interpretation of space liberation. Featuring a vast array of colours and mediums, The Periphery Of The Other combines facets of surface, light and social inquiry unto the artist’s trademark illusion of sparse, shared spaces.
Based in: Singapore
Faris Nakamura (b.1988, Singapore) graduated with Bachelor in Fine Arts (First Class Honours) from LASALLE College of the Arts in partnership with Goldsmiths, College of London in 2014.
Through sculptures, installations and site-specific works, Faris investigates the way people navigate and orientate themselves as they encounter space. He desires to understand their attachments and detachments towards space, how these develop, and their impact.
Faris was most recently awarded the Young Talent Programme Winners’ Solo, 2017/2018. He was the Grand Winner at the Shitsurai International Art Competition, Kobe Biennale, 2015 and the Winston Oh Travel Award recipient, 2013.
Faris has exhibited both locally and internationally. He has showcased at venues such as The Substation (Singapore), ION Art (Singapore), Scotts Square (Singapore), Gillman Barracks (Singapore), Kobe Biennale (Japan), Georgetown Festival (Penang, Malaysia) FASS Art Gallery (Turkey), and Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi, (Venice).
It is also notable that Faris is a flautist and has performed at venues such as the Esplanade Concert Hall and the Victoria Concert Hall (Singapore).
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