Enter Minimalism: Space. Light. Object., the new exhibition at the National Gallery Singapore and ArtScience Museum, and you will find more than 150 sleek, minimalist works of art.
Simplicity is often thought of as lacking deep significance. Yet the exercise in simplicity at the Minimalism exhibition left us more keenly aware of the works, as well as ourselves.
It is said that Minimalist art, whose origins trace back to the 1950s, is what the viewer makes of it. So, here’s our Millennialist take on art, life and everything in between, inspired by the works in the show.
Read between the lines, or risk getting caught in the middle, with an incomplete picture.
To find the missing pieces, filter out the negative, and leave no stone unturned.
Turn to the light and let your ideas take flight.
Don’t get entangled, boxed in, or see things only through rose-tinted glasses.
Find your bearings, look over the horizon, and discover what lies beyond.