What Happens When
Nothing Happens

Chun Kai Feng

Chun is interested in mapping the day-to-day. He regularly makes works based on ordinary urban elements which exist in the background of a city. The works are made with industrial techniques and materials and cohere to a personal formal sculptural regimentation. These abstracted urban objects are composed to form a space which is charged with narrative potential.
In What Happens When Nothing Happens, Chun presents a minute snippet of the traffic environment, a ‘monumentalisation’ of commonplace objects. For Chun, existence ultimately averages out into humdrum and it is therefore in the humdrum of daily life that we locate stories about ourselves.

Visit us at Art Stage Singapore 2014, Southeast Asian Platform (#20) 16 - 19 January

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Image: Nobody To Hold, 2013, Automotive paint and clear coat on industrial PVC tubing, L150 x W48 x H26 (each), Edition of 3