Jason Lim (b.1966), Singapore


Sculpture, Ceramic, 500x300cm , 2010
Location:  Orchard Residences Level 1, Singapore


Paradise, with Heliconia plants as the subject, is made from many pieces of clay hand-cut from a large slab of clay. The artist then fired them in a gas kiln and created ceramic pieces with slight difference in textures and tonality from one another. All the pieces are mounted with a gap above a dark background to give a sense of depth.  This elegant work is a subtle interpretation of a lush tropical garden.

Artist’s Biography

Jason Lim had his art education at Central St. Martins College of Art and Design, London and he gained his Master of Fine Arts at RMIT University, Australia. Lim works with ceramics, performance art, sound art, and video art. His ceramic works, which employ repetitive elements, give viewers the choice of studying one element or following the flow to the next. Lim’s work was part of the Singapore Pavilion at the Venice Biennale in 2007 as well as the 4th World Ceramic Biennale in Icheon, Korea.

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