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Arbitrary Metrics II | 2015


TECHNIQUE / MEDIUM:
Hand cut paper
DIMENSIONS (IN CM):
8 x 5 x 8 cm

The paper sculptures explore geometry, precision, and the spiritual power of simple materials. The art objects have been reflections of the epidemics in visual culture and rejections of artificial complexity.


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I’m here | 2015


TECHNIQUE / MEDIUM:
Hand cut paper
DIMENSIONS (IN CM):
3.5 x 3.5 x 3.5 cm

The paper sculptures explore geometry, precision, and the spiritual power of simple materials. The art objects have been reflections of the epidemics in visual culture and rejections of artificial complexity.


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Hedonistic waste | 2015


TECHNIQUE / MEDIUM:
graphite and ink on paper
DIMENSIONS (IN CM):
113 x 170 cm

Of meat as landscape, almost like a wasteland— this image was created out of reference from documentation at a butcher shop in Hong Kong. By means of drawing, I was considering the notion of decay and grotesque and the exploitation of animal lives as commodity. Our obsession and fascination with meat as food and taste versus the unsustainability of producing meat in the long run which contribute to damage and pollution on Earth presents morality that now coexists with modern consciousness, contributing to psychological dilemmas that are often responded with indifference.


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Arbitrary Metrics II

Singapore


Ashley completed her Masters Degree in Fine Arts at Chelsea College of Art & Design, London. She attained her BA (Hons) from LASALLE College of Arts, Singapore with first class honors. She has been shortlisted for the LOEWE Craft Prize (2018), the recipient of the Lasalle Award of Academic Excellence(2011), Winston Oh Travel Award(2010) and National Arts Council scholarship in 2010. She had her first major solo exhibition with FOST Gallery (Singapore) in 2015, and has been included in numerous international group shows in Japan, Germany, South Korea, UK and USA. She also participates in international residencies including the Vermont Studio Center (USA, 2013), Arctic Circle Residency (Svalbard, 2014), School of Visual Arts (USA, 2014) and Jeju Culture and Art Foundation (South Korea, 2018)


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