Mosquito Bite 蚊子叮 ～ Solo exhibition by CC Kua
Curator: Yeoh Lian Heng
Exhibition date : 31 July (sun) - 14 August (sun) 2016
Open: Tuesday to Sunday, 1pm - 6pm
Date : 31 July 2016, Sunday, 8pm.
light refreshment will be served.
I often wonder a question about tomato: is it vegetable or fruit?
This is not important, as being apart from the tags defined by human, tomato is just a tomato by itself.
Despite of this, I stubbornly classify tomato as vegetable, this has been affirmed since I was a child. As I grow older, I gradually came to realize that our world is not enveloped by atmosphere, but our values and perception. Hence it is impossible to achieve total equality in the world, and that’s the reason why we need philosophy and art.
I enjoy living in ordinariness of life, petty and trivial things are not necessarily insignificant; instead, they have their own intrinsic quintessence waiting for us to excavate, yet this effort of uncovering only works in an impromptu manner, just like nose picking.
I am fully awake, but I love falling into slumber, as in the realm of dream, every illogical sequence and fragment accumulates, forming mesmerizing plots.
I share the same gesture in sleeping and drawing, which my mouth opens inadvertently.
Being conscious doesn’t mean that you see things clearly, in the midst of ambiguous and turbidity there lies infinite possibilities; like a person with high myopia just arising from his bed without glasses mistakenly fry his goldfish as normal fish, since then this was registered as one of his life experience.
Silently throwing pebbles into the lake, infinite ripples formed.
To me, art is something like that, it is a little destructive, a little elusive, a little therapeutic, carries a touch of Zen.
As the ripple spreads on there will be several possibilities:
1.the lake returns as it was before
2.the ripples grow bigger and eventually turn into a whirlpool
3. the ripples transform into a WIFI router.
I rather throw more pebbles. I believe human exists first before art, and art is just a medium, not a grandiose mall.