We are pleased to announce Tiny significance, an exhibition by Neuneu Woo, as a result of her activity during her stay at Studio Kura on December 24 (Sat) & 25 (Sun).
Neuneu Woo is a Chinese designer and artist based in Singapore. She received her Bachelor’s degrees in Advertising in 2010 at SHNU and Design Communication in 2015 at Lasalle College of the Arts.
Underlying her current practice is her interest in examining everyday objects that are closely connected with our modern life and revealing the relationship between people and material culture. Her work encourages viewers to look at common objects from uncommon perspectives — no utility required, and see the world differently, through the lens of the objects redesigned to fulfil certain needs that are driven by the modern life and society.
Here are some words from the artist herself.
My works deals with the notion of dragging the everyday back into view, endowing voice to those silenced by our dominant world, using art as a medium to represent and engage with the quotidian.
Neuneu Woo “Tiny significance”
Date: December 24 (Saturday) & 25 (Sunday), 11:00 to 18:00, free entrance
* We will hold an opening party and an artist talk on Saturday the 24th, starting at 15:00.
* The exhibitions by other current residence artists will be also held at the same exhibition dates except the exhibition by Carla Cañellas on Dec 17(Sat) & 18(Sun).