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the deceptive immutability of objects propels “solid prayers,” a solo exhibition by singapore artist chun kai qun at fost gallery. the multimedia artist presented over 20 of his characteristically off-kilter works, including paraphrasings of older pieces, a deft video installation, and works that might be described as meta-artifacts. one, a miniature tableau entitled act 4 scene 1 (episode 1): one people one nation (2016), depicts an art class enveloped by translucent mustard-yellow vinyl. small uneasy figures at easels regard a manic creature posing as goya’s saturn devouring his son (1820–23). the artist envisages this fraught microcosm as a future performance piece, where conformity collides with creativity.
— marybeth stock, art asia pacific
 

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