Presenting Raf Simons’ Spring/Summer 2008 Collection ‘Material World’ Bags with Eastpak.
Architectural Clothes By Nahum Villasana. 21 years old. Mexico.
One of my favourite black and white street photographer.
Shows that were just like yesterday.
Structural, and complex denim being used in an uncommon way. That’s Junya Watanabe with the whole Japanese concept and style of anti-fashion.
Professional retouching, what he called it.
Fresh graduate graphic designer Robin Howie from London with his works “Dialogue with Public Space”.
Drawings and watercolour on paper.
28 July – 4 November 2007
This exhibition of five Singaporean artists’ works looks at the production and reproduction of collective identities such as place, culture and nation.
‘WE’ is a term used to describe affiliations between individuals. Its familiarity and ubiquitous use in the everyday context belies its complexity. As constructions of community or nation, what constitutes the ‘we’? How does it come to be? Place-making, references to memory and history, and creation of iconic visions form part of the processes of wielding the collective. Their heterogeneous nature are often displaced by a veneer of unity, imagined or exaggerated. How is this determined and where are the fault lines?
To facilitate such reflections, the exhibition brings together works and projects by contemporary Singaporean practitioners – including Ming Wong, Tan Pin Pin and Michael Lee. In insisting self-reflexive approaches, WE allows us to consider the production and reproduction of collective identities and its related discourses such as place, popular culture and nation.
And this post shall focus on Michael Lee only and ‘Skive, A Worker’s Guide’ Installation at the NX Gallery, NUS
Images taken by ymmij and Giggerotar off from http://lomotion.20.forumer.com/index.php