Provoking Space | Mark Justiniani Solo Exhibition
Sun 20 Aug - Sun 17 Sep | TUE-SAT 11AM-7PM SUN 11AM-6PM
22 Lock Road, Gillman Barracks #01-34, Singapore 108939
Mizuma Gallery is pleased to announce Provoking Space, a solo exhibition by Filipino artist, Mark Justiniani, well known for his installations that create an infinite depth of space.
Behind space is a whole universe of mystery. It cradles all existence and promises so much more than can be believed. While space is transparent, it is also a veil hiding more wonders waiting to be encountered. There is no space which is not pregnant with possibilities. The shape shifting and warping of space reflects the shifting grounds of reality. It is reflective of human uncertainty and destiny.
Provoking Space is a series of works that probes into the nature of space, its structure, malleability and its boundaries. The works also delve into the idea of infinities and its variants and how conscious beings like ourselves navigate these dimensions as we struggle to break through and move towards unknown destinations.
Sunday, 20 August 2017, 4 – 5 pm
Moderated by Sidd Perez, Assistant Curator of NUS Museum