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Working with scientists made for some illuminating moments for VICTOR CHIN. The artist shares the experience.
A psychiatrist by profession, Datuk Dr Tan Chee Khuan also dons the hat of gallery-owner, curator, writer and publisher. At the launch of Common Sense and The Supernatural, a coffee table book that aims to debunk controversial topics such as demonic possession, witchcraft and faith healing, the author jokingly commented that he had to launch his own book because of the #8220;threatening#8221; subject matter.
Landscapes, as far as the eye can see, are made up of certain colours and shapes. They can be drawn. How we relate to these landscapes though ? the moods and feelings associated with them ? is often a mystery. As far as feng shui practitioners are concerned, this mystery is a concoction of cosmic forces.
Bayu Utomo Radjikin's current work, I>Questing for the Warrior ? A Study/I>, is about this inner searching and the summoning of strength to carry on. Using his personal metaphor of the I>pahlawan /I>(warrior), the artist creates analogies about life.
It is often said that 'a picture speaks a thousand words' and exhibitions such as I>Saksi /I>harness this power to represent an idea or a subject in an accessible manner says LI-EN CHONG.
THE Maybank Group has chosen a novel approach to commemorate the nation's 46th year of independence: it has put together an exhibition that has the largest participation of artists at any single showing so far this year.
It's a rare museum where visitors are welcomed by the founder's skeleton. But the father of the Bangkok's Forensic Museum donated his body to his life's cause, and his bones now rest in peace at the entrance for medical students and ordinary onlookers to examine.