The COVID-19 Cycle: An online exhibition of new artworks by Bjorn Lee Varella
“The COVID-19 Cycle” brings together three new bodies of work made in response to the COVID-19 pandemic: A series of drawings which gives the online exhibition its name, a series of cut canvases titled “Silent Treatment”, and an album of ambient soundscapes and other sonic curiosities titled “Bach Groan Static Sticks (the album formally known as ‘Background Statistics’)”.
Supported by National Arts Council Singapore through its Digital Presentation Grant.
Bjorn Lee Varella (b. 1994) is a Singaporean fine artist, curator, performance maker, writer and arts administrator. He studied Art History and Visual Arts at Columbia University on an NAC Undergraduate Arts Scholarship and graduated Summa Cum Laude. His artistic practice is rooted in raw autobiography, intimacy and poetic symbolism.