Bare Minimum

There is beauty in the bare minimum. We have gone through life buying things that have piled up over the years.

We have become gatherers, collectors, even hoarders. But with the sudden and imposing presence of the pandemic, we were all shaken to the realization of what is important.

My art is a reflection of who I am and what I hold true; as a strong believer in minimalist living, it is just natural for me to express this through my art.

As we continue in our journey through life, hopefully, we learn to unburden ourselves of the unnecessaries, and are left with the bare minimum.

Bare Minimum explores removing all preconceived notions of what art “should be” –, interpretations or representation of something else. By exposing the purity and beauty of the art object itself, viewers are given an immediate and pure visceral and visual experience, fostering personal connections with the qualities of the art piece of form, medium, and space.

kankan, 2021

Surrender yourselves fully to every moment, and embrace everything that comes with it.

Bare Minimum is the expression of what my 2020 looked like.

An experimentation with texture and clean geometric forms, utilizing various materials to give new dimensions to the pieces in the hope of evoking a connection between the art and the audience.

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