Malaysian artist Minstrel Kuik’s solo exhibition in Singapore explores the state apparatus of Merdeka Day and general election – first through deconstructing of political flags from different parties and later appropriating the national narratives through the mix-and-match of fabrics. Understand her view of how Malaysian democracy functions as you appreciate her 19 new works which feature charcoal drawing, deconstructed fabric assemblages and laser-printed artist books (editions).
|Venue name:||Richard Koh Fine Art|
Blk 47, 01-26 Gillman Barracks
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sat 11am-7pm (Closed on Mon, Sun and PH)|