Slide & Tongue is a synthesis of image and text that revolves around the theme of everyday minimalism. The images are characterised by geometrical lines and the use of colour.
A haiku, which accompanies each image, functions as a creative caption. Haiku was chosen because its compact form carries similarities to the minimal lines and emotive states evoked by the images.
The title of the exhibition refers to the physical slide of childhood playgrounds, but it also considers the slide as a tongue; an implement of speech. This duality of speech-seeing frames the exhibition, allowing the photographs and haiku to engage each other in a reciprocal dialogue.
VENUE: Intersections Gallery
ADDRESS: 34 Kandahar Street, Singapore 198892
EVENT WEBSITE: Intersections Gallery
DATE AND TIME
25 Oct–18 Nov, 2pm–7pm