Private Cinema exhibition By Mengju Lin

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Blk 47 Malan Road, #01-26

Gillman Barracks, Singapore 109444


Private Cinema

By Mengju Lin

20 April – 18 May 2024

Richard Koh Fine Art Singapore

Artist Mengju Lin invites viewers on a journey through the liminal space where perception meets interpretation in her latest exhibition, “Private Cinema.” This immersive experience, set to captivate audiences from 20 April to 18 May 2024 at Richard Koh Fine Art Singapore, delves into the intricate interplay between viewer and object, painter and painting.

In “Private Cinema,” Lin skillfully sculpts a dialogue between memory, symbolism, and emotion, forging new pathways of understanding through her evocative brushwork. Each canvas serves as a portal into the enigmatic world of image-making, prompting contemplation on the origins and evolution of our visual language.

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Rooted in her New Radio series, the paintings showcased in “Private Cinema” signify a pivotal moment in Lin’s artistic evolution towards abstraction. Embracing painting as a conduit for raw sensation and emotion, Lin invites audiences to explore the essence of human experience in its purest, most elemental forms.

While ‘Private Cinema’ outwardly projects a visual narrative, it also beckons us to turn inward, to explore the private realms of perception, cognition, and meaning-making. Through these works, Lin seeks to unveil the profound intimacy inherent in our individual interpretations of the world.

Lin’s visual lexicon serves as a testament to the boundless depth of human introspection, inviting viewers to embark on a personal odyssey of self-discovery. As the boundaries between artist and audience blur, “Private Cinema” emerges as a sanctuary for contemplation and connection, reminding us that the truest intimacy resides within our own consciousness.

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TQPR Thailand

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