Albert Yonathan Setyawan “Mirror Image”

Mizuma Art Gallery - Ichigaya

poster for Albert Yonathan Setyawan “Mirror Image”
[Image: Albert Yonathan Setyawan "Speaking in Tongues" (2019) 94 × 76 × 3 cm Terracotta, Slip-casting ©Albert Yonathan Setyawan Courtesy Mizuma Art Gallery Photography by MIYAJIMA Kei]

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The title of this exhibition, “Mirror Image,” refers to the idea of repeating and multiplying certain images in a symmetrical structure, be it radial or bilateral, to create a mirror-like imaging in which one form is being replicated several times in a single composition. The principle of symmetry forms the very basic structure of our physical environment. Most animals and plants are either radially or bilaterally symmetrical living organism. Even man-made and mass-produced objects in our daily life also reflect the principle of symmetry which is one of the reasons that made them possible to be reproduced and replicated in a large number. In his works, Albert contemplates on the idea of symmetry as one of the basic underlying principles that forms the structure and order of our own physical reality, the same idea he underlined in his previous exhibition titled “Variations on Symmetry” in 2019 at Mizuma Gallery, Singapore.

*To deter spreading the infection of COVID-19, admissions are by appointment only with a maximum capacity of 6 people per 30 minutes.

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from October 07, 2020 to November 07, 2020
By appointment only. (Please visit official website for the details.)

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