British-Singaporean sculptor and printmaker Kim Lim will hold her first solo exhibition in Singapore, entitled Sculpting Light.
The exhibition will feature works on paper and sculptures that span over three decades.
Turning away from convention, Lim viewed paper as a sculptural material, much like stone and wood.
The gallery’s press release states that, “she draws inspiration from her travels in Asia, from sources such as Khmer temples and Japanese gardens, to early Chinese art”.
The simplicity and symmetry of Lim’s works are said to capture the paradox of stillness and continuous motion.
The exhibition launch takes place on Jan 12 from 6.30pm to 8.30pm.