REVIEW: Genevieve Chua and Emma Critchley: "Disappearing Moon"

ArtAsiaPacific
Mar 27, 2013 7:47AM

Manipulations of light and water, sound and dimension play across the surfaces of “Disappearing Moon,” a joint exhibition by artists Genevieve Chua and Emma Critchley. 

Chua, a young Singaporean photographer and installation artist, creates ominous landcapes and abstractions, while British artist Critchley, an established underwater photographer, explores analogies between water and language. Despite their dissimilar subject matters, the two artists share a profound sensitivity to light—particularly, diffused and reflected moonlight. This theme inspired the creation of three collaborative pieces, accompanied by various solo works.

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