Working primary through abstraction, Genevieve Chua pursues an unfurling narrative that is informed by natural history and linguistics. While contested notions of nature and wilderness persist across her work, the form taken by her exhibitions – whether installations, images or objects – is mediated through these processes.Read More
Her recent solo exhibitions include Rehearsals for the Wilful, Silverlens Galleries (2016); Moths, Gallery EXIT, Hong Kong (2015); Cicadas Cicadas, Gusford, Los Angeles (2014); and Birthing Ground Not a Sound, Valentine Willie Fine Art, Singapore (2012).
Selected group shows include I went to the forest to live deliberately, Artinformal, Manila (2015); Encountering the Unknown, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Fukuoka (2013); Future Proof, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore (2012); BMW Young Asian Artists Series, Singapore Tyler Print Institute, Singapore (2011); and Singapore Biennale, Old Kallang Airport, Singapore (2011). In 2012 she was a recipient of the Young Artist Award conferred by the National Arts Council, Singapore. Chua was born in Singapore in 1984; studied at LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore; and lives in Singapore. She is represented by Silverlens Galleries, Manila.
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Singapore- Public mourning and the history of the human pelvis. That’s what you get in two concurrent solo art shows by Jason Wee and Genevieve Chua, respectively, at Gillman Barracks.