Tag Archives: Julien Discrit

State of mind 1

It was quite a fun afternoon at the National Museum of Singapore (NMS). NMS is exhibiting installation art from the FRAC (French Regional Collection of Contemporary Art*).

Entitled “What is not visible is not invisible”, taken from Julien Discrit’s 2008 work, also on display, it was an interactive experience, quite accessible even for an art plebian like me.

Here’s my take, “State of mind” in installments, where I touched light and heard smoke, on the transient and the imaginary.

If I don’t see it

Is it not there?


* contemporary art presents an idea