(re)constructed ecologies acts as a discursive exhibit, devoting itself to the highly topical subject of ecological change caused by man’s intervention into existing ecosystems.
The concept is explored through the lenses of artists who confront the natural world with the built world in an open and thought provoking dialogue within their respective series of works. In response to the lush beauty surrounding these artists’ environments, they draw our attention to nature again, by recording and reinterpreting it in a series of constructed, or in this instance, reconstructed ecologies.
(re)constructed ecologies features etching, collagraph and woodblock prints by Dolores de Sade, Mark Tan, Pangrok Sulap, and Sharon Chin.
Daily 12pm to 7pm.