Currently, on show at Sullivan + Strumpf, Singapore is an exhibition entitled Pygmalion by Alex Seton. In this short clip, Seton talks about the exhibition which is named after Pygmalion, a sculptor who translated his work of art into reality. As the story goes, Pygmalion fell in love with a statue that he created. Seton compares this to how we view everyday life – each of us, possessing different judgements, perceptions and prejudices in how we shape our lens of the world.
The showcase is made up of a series of hybrids of the mass-produced, combined with hand-made works.
Click on the video to find out more.
Details of the exhibition:
Sullivan + Strumpf, 5 Lock Road
#01-06 Gillman Barracks 108933, Singapore
27 October to 4 December 2016