Art is a part of life and cannot exist independently from real life.
Art must be objective. If it fails to be accepted by another person, it loses its essence of universality and can no longer exist as art. If a work of art fails to embody truth, goodness and beauty, it cannot be regarded as a true work of art.

-Chen Chong Swee

the space

the gallery in itself is but an empty space; a space waiting to be filled.

what’s in a space? —
the potential of ideas, concepts, aesthetics, memories, thoughts, contemplation, anger, provocation, tears, humor, jeers, sniggers and/or inspiration.

what’s in a space? —
perhaps nothing more, [or nothing less] than a reflection of what is in you.