Monday Moot: Geraldine Kang
Geraldine will be presenting her thoughts on her relationship with photography, particularly by using the medium for its inherent detachment, and how that has served differently (sometimes problematically) across a range of projects. Following that, she will also speak about her recent move into installation. If time permits, Geraldine would like to ask the audience to contribute their thoughts on the state of art production in Singapore.
About Geraldine Kang
Geraldine Kang (b. 1988) is a visual artist working and living in Singapore. She graduated with a BFA in Photography and Digital Imaging from the School of Art, Design and Media, Nanyang Technological University. Geraldine uses mainly photography as a tool of distancing and introspection across a broad range of topics. Her latest projects home in on issues surrounding Singapore’s land use, and have also taken on the form of larger installations. On top of wanting to employ a wider range of media in exhibition, Geraldine has also developed a strong interest in art publications.
Date: 11 April 2016, Monday
Time: 7.30 – 9.30pm
Venue: Independent Archive, 67 Aliwal Street, Singapore 199942
About the Monday Moot
MOOT: From the Old English term for an assembly or gathering for debate, because, well, it’s alliterative and might remind you of Tolkien. Held every other Monday at the Independent Archive, this platform of discussion is open to talks, workshops, discussions, forums, and other ways of sharing knowledge and perspectives. If you’d like to work with us on this, let’s talk.