ThisConnect: Threading Worlds (Full Exhibition on Mental Health, Emotional Wellness, Suicide Prevention)
ThisConnect: Threading Worlds (Full Exhibition on Mental Health, Emotional Wellness, Suicide Prevention)

ThisConnect: Threading Worlds (Full Exhibition on Mental Health, Emotional Wellness, Suicide Prevention)

Register for the exhibition here: http://bit.ly/tctdec

The exhibition features 7 works by the social artist duo Hunny & Lummy led by artists Hun Ming Kwang and Quinn Lum.

The multi-disciplinary art exhibition examines different dimensions of human connections. Meditating on stories of personal truths; from pain, loss, vulnerability that are too often unheard and unsaid of. The pieces in this exhibition reflect courage, love, and the immense power a person can have when they return to their authenticity and innocence once again. In a year of intense isolation and distance, our message is this: “genuine connection knows no boundaries”.

The works challenge the audience members to think about these questions: Beneath the hustle and bustle of city life, what is the rhythm that really moves us? Beneath the elaborate sights and sounds we construct, what stories do we really want to tell? Beneath the fragile harmony we hold, what is the void that exists between, and within us?

We want to raise awareness on mental health, emotional wellness, and suicide prevention. Through art and conscious conversations, we aim to reshape and redefine our understanding of mental health and emotional wellness by unpacking the social stigmas of what is and what is not – beyond just the label. We want to address and re-educate the core of the issue, from the individual to the collective.

If you have seen our Prelude Exhibition in September 2020 during Covid-Phase 2, and gained powerful realisations during then, we would like to welcome you to the Full Exhibition now at 1 Neil Road #03-02!

Details of our show are as follows:
Full Exhibition
Venue: 1 Neil Road, #03-02 (Main Entrance), Singapore 088840 (Former Jinrikisha Station)
Date: 17 Dec 2020 – 30 Jan 2021
Time: Opens daily 12pm to 9pm
Open to Public. Free Entry.
Register for the exhibition here: http://bit.ly/tctdec
Exhibition trailer video: https://vimeo.com/492996475

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