Four Faces is an art exhibition featuring intergenerational collaboration among 16 youths and seniors held over six sessions. The exhibition will be held from 10 to 27 September at the Plaza of the National Library Building.
For the show, participants will be creating personal art installation through documentary photography, writing and art workshops, interpreting the four seasons in life, along the way. The installation will be presented in the form of a cardboard box hanging from a ceiling and seeks to be a personal memoir of the ordinary man.
This project started in the week of 27 July and is led by Jean Loo, an independent Singaporean photographer, producer and writer who is passionate about adventure and creating social dialogue.
This exhibition is a Community Arts Project and part of the National Arts Council’s Silver Arts 2015 initiative.