A leaf trapped in a zoomed-in sea
Miles Alone (FULL)
iii. Living Phases
ii. Parallel Existence
i. Existence; Living and the Dead
Space-in-between: Possible Worlds
Biomimicry: System Reformulation
i. Travel in Parallel Reality
iii. Complaint's Pyramid
ii. Ant Tunnel
Archaeology of complex contradiction
Research & Experimentations
A Visual Arts and Spatial Design Enthusiast
Lim Yu Zhi (b.1996 Singapore)
Living in the human world, a civilised society; an assumed normalised life. Lim observes people, objects, sound, spaces, phenomena, processes, matter, nature, particles—whether non-living or living, conscious or unconscious, tangible or intangible.
There are times whereby Lim have very intimate dialogues and encounters with the 'other', and it is an important part of Lim's creative process. In the thought process of Lim's creations, she often uses the methodology of 'objectification' which here do not refers to the act of dehumanization, but referring to the literal act of transformation of something into an object or objects, that probably will be 'technologized', 'futurised', 'advanced', 'developed', and 'morphed'. It refers to the removal of the original function of things.
Lim's practice explores the possibility and potentiality of in-betweenness, within the boundaries of inner and outer of time and space of the entities living in the natural world and the human world.
Lim is an aspiring artist and designer who takes on a multidisciplinary approach towards her creations in the form of spatial design and installation.