Here’s a sudden blog entry for ya.
I just got back to my hotel room after a mini cocktail party with our hosts for Art Stage Singapore. I was sent here by Young STAR to cover the event.
To be honest, I was quite overwhelmed when I entered the main fair because of the vast amount of art surrounding me. I wasn’t used to that kind of setting. A bunch of Warhols and Kusamas were in the fair and I just didn’t know what to do with myself. The works of legends that I have looked up to ever since I had the penchant for beautiful art were with me in the same room. Those few hours of my life definitely changed the way I view creativity.
It’s easy to focus on ourselves when thinking about art. We make things so the world can understand what we think. We document our day-to-day lives to let other people experience a bit of our humanity, even just in the digital setting. We fail to understand that we’re only part of this tiny spectrum in a system that nobody fully explores yet.
I don’t know.
It’s humbling and it’s just pretty fucking nuts.