Spotted! Wayne Lim

Opening alongside Derrick Ng at the Something About Seeing exhibition was Wayne Lim.

Wayne is a practicing artist who graduated with a Diploma in Fine Arts from LASALLE, College of the Arts. He participated in several group shows over the last couple of years, including ‘Kriyaworks’ (2010) at LASALLE’s Praxis Space, ‘Is That A Temple?’ (2010) at Evil Empire, and ‘TRANSPORTASIAN’ (2009) at the Singapore Art Museum. Wayne enjoys posing critical questions with no answers. His current work revolves around the realm of image and sight.

“Something About Seeing is a series of work challenging the notion of sight by ‘providing’ information to the viewer, urging the viewer to question the process and the substance of the ‘receivable’, by intention or deception through seeing. The work shows how our visual perception can be altered in order to raise questions on the conceptual structure of the visual representation.”

Head over to LASALLE’s TriSpace, B1-05 before 14 February. Admission is free.



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