Location

NUS Museum
50 Kent Ridge Crescent, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Category

Date

09 Oct 2019

Time

07:00 PM

Grounded conversations with Gilles Massot

Employing the photograph as a primary medium for research, artistic manipulation and exploration, Gilles Massot’s interdisciplinary practice defies conventional expectations, evolving through his continuous negotiations with place and the shaping of self-identity.
Focusing on Massot’s preoccupations with time and space in his works, this panel discussion with the artist explores the ways in which the states of being itinerant and domiciled can have a deep bearing on the imaginaries of the self and the processes of art making.
This panel discussion is presented by the NUS Museum in conjunction with the ongoing exhibition, “…you have to lose your way to find yourself in the right place” | Selected Works by Gilles Massot.

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