View In Room
View In Room
Chinese ink on watercolour paper
Dimensions: 51cm (H) x 19.9cm (W) / 20.1" (H) x 7.8" (W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
The Case of an Unusual Presence is an incident of re-storying an ubiquitous weed. The irony of this story lies in the fact that one often lose sight of the protagonist. Where did it go? It was here a minute ago? What have I seen and would I remember it again? Would it still be as fun as it was before or have I lost it all over again ? Wait for it , wait for it ...and poof! Now what did I say?
This work is made up of double panels, top and bottom as a natural division of space and detail. The idea of creating separate panels that make up the whole work is to integrate the visual and physical spaces and to allow versatility when framing and displaying the work. The two panels makes up the entire work.
The measurement below refers to the total dimensions of both panels combined.
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Based in: United Kingdom
Jennifer Ng is a Singaporean artist based in the UK. Jennifer graduated from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in 1995 and have been a practicing artist since. Jennifer is also an art educator with a Masters in Art Education obtained from the National Institute of Education and has been teaching art for over twenty years. She is currently undertaking a PhD in Pratice-based research at the Birmingham City University in the UK.
Her art practice traverses multiple disciplines in her attempt to explore ideas and meanings lying within their interstices. Her works span across painting, sculptures, installation, participatory and performance art as she engages embodied experience with materials and space. She is currently working with the medium of Chinese ink and watercolour to explore the phenomenological interaction with objects, specifically their tangible, intangible associations and narrative potentiality.
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