Lives and works Singapore
About the artist
In Jamie’s practice, he is interested in the relativity of colour as visual perception and subjective experience shaped by cultural preferences and interpretations. In the summary of his research, colour exists in a transitional space between our subjective perception and the objective world. The experience of colour thus is never a fixed entity because each individual has his or her own memory and perspectives in their relationship to colour; while at the same time, colour in the objective world is always fluctuating depending on internal and external physical conditions.
Colour can appear as a source that registers accordingly and encompasses differences; therefore one’s own sense of colour is the result when these experiences merge. In Jamie’s works, he investigates colour as a sensation – a physical stimuli, a phantom-like force and an aspect of interaction that one can have with painting. He wants to demonstrate that our colour vision is not always stable; direct experience of a colour can sometimes become ‘indirect’ and its transparency is not always so much ‘transparent’. By exploring colour as sensation, Jamie uses it as a vehicle to provoke self-awareness of how colour may not be as simple as it seems to be.
2015 – Present
LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore The McNally School of Fine Arts Bachelor of Arts (First Class Honours) Fine Arts –Painting
LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore Diploma in Fine Arts – Painting
Selected group shows
MALTI: One East Asia Gallery, Singapore
LASALLE Work in progress show: Neither glimmer nor ghost, Institute of Contemporary Arts, LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore
MULTI: +PROJECT, Gallery Tomo (Teramchi / Marutamachi), Kyoto
The LASALLE Show: ‘Garnish with’, Institute of Contemporary Arts, LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore
LASALLE ‘Fantastic Rubbish: For the love of Locality’ Exhibition, Brother Joseph McNally Gallery, LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore
LASALLE ‘A Space Across From You” Exhibition, Project Space, Institute of Contemporary Arts, Singapore
LASALLE ‘Should We look On The Other Side” Exhibition, Praxis Space, Institute of Contemporary Arts, Singapore
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