Control Chaos: 25 Years of PHUNK Exhibition
Homegrown art and design collective, PHUNK, launches their 25th anniversary celebrations this month at the National Design Centre with the exhibition Control Chaos: 25 Years of PHUNK, from 14 February – 20 March 2020. The showcase will pay homage to PHUNK’s journey since the collective was formed in December 1994. Control Chaos forms the central theme of PHUNK’s 25th anniversary celebrations. Often used to describe their creative philosophy, Control Chaos is also the title of one of PHUNK’s seminal pieces that sparked the development and growth of their distinct style. Inspired by their childhood memories, Chinese mythology and memorable landmarks like Haw Par Villa; Control Chaos depicts heaven, earth, and hell, and the reflections and imaginations of the artists’ environment at the time of its creation. Visitors to the exhibition will be immersed in the visual language of PHUNK through a retrospective of their most recognisable work. They are invited to experience zones of artwork that articulate the dual concepts of control and chaos, expressed across the mediums of print, digital, and sculpture.