7th Edition of the Singapore Biennale, Natasha
16 October 2022 | 19 March 2023
We are pleased to share that a series of Samia Halaby's Kinetic Paintings for the 80s are featured at the 7th edition of the Singapore Biennale entitled Natasha.
Made in the 1980s, these computer-based kinetic artworks explore how new approaches to painting may transform the way we perceive the world. Notably, these works do not replicate existing imagery. The works and imagery were created in entirety by Halaby; each colour and line she used is imbued with specific meaning. Halaby also explores the potential for computer programming as an artistic medium, to reflect reality. The works are accompanied by archival documentation from Halaby’s personal collection and provide a rare glimpse into the creative processes of the abstract painter.
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