Just Dharma Sculpture

Jason Lim

Sculpture, other on Other

Size: 59.1 W x 196.9 H x 59.1 D in

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About The Artwork

Description: This work was presented in the Singapore Pavilion during the 52nd Venice Bienale in 2007. This chandelier was composed of 1500 individual porcelain lotuses, of which 500 of them has light bulb fitted. As part of the process and concept of the work, the chandelier was allowed to crash to the ground after a short performance with the lights during the opening day of the pavilion.Medium: Porcelain and lighting accessoriesYear Created: 2007

Details & Dimensions

Sculpture:other on Other

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:59.1 W x 196.9 H x 59.1 D in

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1966, Singapore.
Jason Lim's practice encompasses
ceramics, performance art, sound and video art.

The forms of Lims ceramics are everything that is yet to come, that already is, that will never be, that is in Singapore and not there and that is in his body when he performs. They are all the same in their difference, all showing the meaning that comes and goes and the ridiculous task of trying to find it and pin it down. The ceramics move and at the same time are still. The repetition allows for that, the rows of lines or warts giving the viewer the choice of staying on one of the spheres, climbing into it, or moving on to the next.

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