Joo Choon Lin (b. 1984) has been experimenting with a range of materials and media as a means to examine the relations between visual and tactile experiences. Underlying Joo’s practice is her philosophical interest in the nature of reality, which might be summarized in terms of the philosophers’ longstanding investigation into the relations between appearance and essence. Joo’s own investigation into these questions is also informed by her interest in technological developments: as the various technologies of representation devise new ways of capturing the likeness of things, so the quality of the surfaces of these things undergoes a transformation. Consequently, reality itself appears as if reconfigured. Joo has exhibited in Singapore and internationally.Read More
Joo Choon Lin has participated in exhibitions such as Paradise Sans Promesse, Frac de Pays de la Loire, Nantes, France (2015), Be Mysterious, Walter Phillips Gallery, The Banff Centre, Canada (2014), Your Eyes Are Stupid at Singapore Biennale (2013), Resolution of Reality at Third Floor Hermes, Singapore (2012), Roving Eye at Sorlandets Kunstmuseum, Norway (2011), 1st Aichi Triennale, Japan (2010), and The 4th Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale, Japan (2009).
A disparate series of works, from ceramics to oil paintings to video works, done by four Singapore artists—Jason Lim, Joo Choon Lin, Robert Zhao Renhui and Vincent Leow—are on display at the _No Bou