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How to Desire Differently

Jason Wee
Laminated C-print on cardboard
40 x 30 cm
Image courtesy of the artist

How to Desire Differently is a group exhibition that imagines complex representations of bodies of difference. In looking at “choreographies” of race, gender, and sexuality, artists Zulkhairi Zulkiflee and Farizi Noorfauzi reframe prevailing issues of identity as informed by their practices through artworks ranging from photography to paintings. Here, the group exhibition considers facets of diverse bodies and the position of minorities, encouraging critical engagements with imaging practices in Singapore.

The participating artists are Adeline Kueh, Vimal Kumar, Farizi Noorfauzi, Rizman Putra, Jason Wee, Susie Wong, Fitri Ya’akob, Yeo Tze Yang and Zulkhairi Zulkiflee.

Online from 3 July to 30 Aug
Visit the exhibition at Lim Hak Tai Gallery from 18 July onwards
11am – 7pm, closed every Monday and Public Holiday
Free Admission

View How to Desire Differently here

Free Admission