Kristal Melson’s first solo exhibition in Singapore, confetti in my eyes, showcases a body of work developed within a time frame of 29 days. Her works utilise colour palletes and graphical volumes as a means of detailing observed human forces, and the exerted pressures that follow. Through the use of jagged shapes and impassioned coloured pencil strokes, her illustrations appeal to our primal instincts by appearing unpretentious, honest and harsh.
Kristal’s work has been shown at galleries in both Los Angeles and Melbourne, Australia.
To purchase exhibited artworks, please contact Ray: email@example.com / +65 97858613
Exhibition Program (20th Feb)
2pm – Exhibition Opens
3pm – Poetry Reading by Vargus Pike
4pm – Music by Winterhalter
5pm – Artist Appearance and Discussion Panel with Kristal Melson
630pm – Music by Nick Chim
This event is hosted & curated by 29 Cornflakes. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com
I wanted to play this song live on radio but because of time constraints it didn’t happen. This is a consolation prize for all of you.
for those at the portraits of nick chim exhibition, you would’ve heard a 2 minute clip of people talking about their happiness. Nick has decided to upload the full ten minute clip for your aural pleasure. He guarantees it will be enlightening.
Hi sorry we’ve taken so long for this but here finally is the b-side from Nick Chim’s debut solo album “I have damned every moment over”. Bare and naked and mixed by the man himself.
If you’ve bought his album do let us or nick himself know what you think of it, either by writing about it on your blogs, twitter or just writing on Nick Chim’s facebook wall. We hope to hear from you guys soon. click read on.
Here’s a little teaser from the show. Click read on.
Nick Chim’s show on Saturday was great, fun, and the proudest moment for everyone.
For those that were not there, we’ll be posting up videos from the show.
Tell us how Baybeats was as well, we’d love to hear what we missed out on.
Oh ya, and pictures from the artists who put up their stuff on the walls of the gallery.
Performances by Rage Goh, Vargus Pike, Jean Low, WYXMM and Nick’s own set will be posted for cosy reference.
Keep checking in for stuff at 29Cornflakes.
We’ll talk more when the pictures are up.