Press Release: “Bread Crumbs” A Duo Exhibition by Joshua Kane Gomes & Sarah Radzi 14 – 29 January 2022 at Richard Koh Fine Art Singapore

Richard Koh Fine Art

Blk 47 Malan Road,

#01-26 Gillman Barracks,

Singapore 109444

+65 6513 2640

Bread Crumbs

A Duo Exhibition by Joshua Kane Gomes & Sarah Radzi

14 – 29 January 2022

Richard Koh Fine Art (RKFA) is pleased to announce a duo exhibition by Joshua Kane Gomes (b.1993, Malaysia) and Sarah Radzi (b.1995, Malaysia) in Singapore. Titled, Bread Crumbs, the exhibition is slated to run from 14 – 29 January 2022 at Richard Koh Fine Art Singapore, Blk 47 Malan Road Singapore 109444 as part of Singapore Art Week 2022.

The forces of our memories are hard to predict. Some memories are delicate, tip-toeing in our minds furtively. Some are brute yet invisible gales of strong winds. And there are others that come abrupt and short-lived, like the flick of a matchstick. We carry and juggle the weight of our memories with varying efforts. Sometimes, we are fortunate enough to deliver an effective balancing act. Occasionally, something falls from our grasp and we lose our footing, struggling to get back up on our feet again.

As we cope with an assortment of memories, we have adapted as the hermit crab has. We learn to outgrow and manoeuvre our thoughts into new shells, particularly larger ones that fit and provide more breathing room. What then, becomes of our old shells? What do we leave behind when we move on? In Joshua Kane Gomes and Sarah Radzi’s dual exhibition Bread Crumbs, the artists commemorate notions of duplicate personas in response to lingering memory trails. Using installations and paintings as artistic devices for cocooned reflection and malignant vulnerability, Gomes and Radzi present a vivid palette of past and present recollections in an unspecified time of limbo.

Artists Biography:

Joshua Kane Gomes (b.1993, Malaysia) primarily engages themes of identity and space in his art practice. Documenting his mental processes and states through the artmaking process, Joshua peeks into the grey areas between cold rationality and sentimental sensibility. He often works with sculptures and installations that leverage on evoking mood and atmosphere, be it through form or material language.

In his current body of work, Joshua focuses on captured moments of vulnerability with a sprinkle of levity, stemmed from the artist’s musings during periods of isolation. The works are the product of time spent lost in thought, wandering his own mindscape, the hazy recollections of sluggish days that blur into one another.

Sarah Radzi (b.1995, Penang, Malaysia) is an artist based in Selangor. She received her BFA in painting from MARA University of Technology (UiTM) in 2019. Currently working with paintings and drawings, she explores her identity through ambiguous figures.

Her works are a form of emotional releases and also results of unresolved teenage angst, personal growth like the constant noises or curiosities in her head, conversations and the relationship with the people around her, and made-up scenarios of what could have and should have been. Growing up, she has always been aware of the little things like a certain smell, color and small details from her daily life which later helped with her world building in her artworks.

About RKFA

Founded in 2005, with spaces in Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Bangkok, Richard Koh Fine Art is committed to the promotion of Southeast Asian contemporary art on regional and international platforms. Centred around a core belief in developing an artist’s career, the gallery looks to identify understated, albeit promising practices, and providing it opportunities to flourish. Through its regular exhibition cycles, print & digital publications and cross-border gallery collaborations, Richard Koh Fine Art engages the art community with the aim of developing regional and intercultural dialogue.

For further information about the exhibition, please do not hesitate to contact Christiaan Haridas at +65 9788 4291 or the gallery at / +65 6513 2640.

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Joshua Kane Gomes

Washed I


Worn sports shoes, felting wool and buttons

20 x 37 x 33 cm

Joshua Kane Gomes



Steel, stainless steel mesh, rope and eyebolts

68 x 98 x 85 cm

Sarah Radzi

Fake it til You Fake it Some More


Acrylic, oil pastel and charcoal on canvas

183 x 137 cm; 30 x 30 cm; 15 x 15 cm

Sarah Radzi

Of Perseverance and Misery


Acrylic, oil pastel and charcoal on canvas

152 x 183 cm; 30 x 30 cm


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