‘Boon Hock in 2014’ by John Clang
Boon Hock, a Singaporean Chinese salary man in his mid-40s undergoing a midlife crisis, took daily selfies and photos of his immediate environment throughout the year of 2014. As presented by New York-based photographer and visual artist John Clang (born Ang Choon Leng), the series brings attention to the individual’s relationship with the world, as well as the relationship between the artist and his subject. The series is Clang’s final project for the LASALLE College of the Arts’ Masters in Fine Arts programme. Kim Tay
‘Boon Hock in 2014’ is part of the exhibition I Wasn’t Everything | MA Fine Arts: Graduation Exhibition which runs till May 10 at the Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore’s Gallery 1, 2 & TriSpace (LASALLE College of the Arts, 1 McNally Street), Tue-Sun 10am-1:30pm, 2:30-6pm.
This column is in collaboration with The Artling – a curated selection of Art from Asia’s best galleries and artists, www.theartling.com.