Singapore Contemporary Young Artists

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Throwback: Daryl Goh in RMIT@First Site Gallery, Windows to Elsewhere 13-23 September 2016


Billy paid a visit to SCYA member Daryl Goh’s show at RMIT while on a holiday. This is a rare occurrence to be able to see our members’ exhibiting overseas to experience the works first hand.

Traditionally, frames are used to objectify subjects and protect paintings. Symbolically, they are transitionary spaces between internal and external spaces. Daryl Goh facilitates a discussion on frames as Windows to Elsewhere. Detaching its relationship with its content, this body of work confronts the viewer with the frame as the subject. Narrated through projection mapping, it utilizes moving and non-moving images to communicate and bring viewers into new spaces.

Pictures courtesy of Daryl Goh and Billy

 

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This entry was posted on December 2, 2016 by in Others.

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