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This exhibition takes, as its point of departure, the "geometric" series 1+1=1 produced by artist Ng Eng Teng as a means to re-read the artist's practice. 1+1=1 has not received, as yet, critical attention in the existing literature, with past efforts by art historians and curator

Press Release

SINGAPORE, 14 April 2016 – Drawing on the late artist’s comprehensive donation to the National University of Singapore, Ng Eng Teng: 1+1=1 departs from existing readings of the artist’s practice to seek revelations into the artist’s interests in the multiplicities of humanity and our identities.

Ng, who has been widely discussed and studied as a key figure in local art history for his sculptural …

SINGAPORE, 14 April 2016 – Drawing on the late artist’s comprehensive donation to the National University of Singapore, Ng Eng Teng: 1+1=1 departs from existing readings of the artist’s practice to seek revelations into the artist’s interests in the multiplicities of humanity and our identities.

Ng, who has been widely discussed and studied as a key figure in local art history for his sculptural practice and work on the body, donated over 1,200 works to the NUS Museum between 1997 and 2001. Ranging from sculptures, ceramic forms, maquettes, sketches, paintings, drawings and public art, the …

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50 Kent Ridge Crescent
National University of Singapore
Singapore, SG