Collaborated with the Fine Art lecturer of Nanyang Academy of Fine Art, Raymond Yap, who is also an alumnus from the Royal Academy of Arts in London since 2001.
The collaborated pieces explored the interpretation of '6767' between a digital medium-based artist and a traditional medium-based artist. It is through research methodology and process drawing that the two artists have created this series which was inspired by the theme, '6767' itself and most importantly, it entices audience to question, "What is drawing?" and "How do we define drawing?" with the '6767' context on the tip of the iceberg.
"For the first time, teaching faculties of NAFA and its degree partner, Loughborough University, UK have come together to put up an exhibition, … 6767 … Draw-bridge. The title of the exhibition represents the physical distance between the two institutions, which is 6767 miles. Featuring 34 artists from NAFA and Loughborough, the exhibition showcases a diverse range of processes, ideas and practices, through the application of drawing on different materials." ~eNAFActs
...6767... Draw Bridge
Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Gallery 1 & 2
11 April - 20 May 2014
Opening Reception: 10 April 2014, 630pm - 930pm