Installation view of Yejin Chos draw2play 2022 as part of Singapore Biennale 2022 named Natasha Image courtesy of Singapore Art Museum
draw2play (2022) by Yejin Cho

draw2play (2022) by Yejin Cho

as part of Singapore Biennale 2022

Yejin Cho
Digital print on vinyl.

The work consists of ten geometric notations with accompanying rules and instructions on how to play the associated games. Through this work, Yejin Cho invites audiences to gather and play, thereby creating a space for conversation and exchange.

Yejin Cho (b. 1984) is a graphic designer based in Seoul, South Korea. She runs a design-based studio/laboratory called ‘kit’, which focuses on ‘an open manual for conveying experience’ in the field of art, design and education.

About Singapore Biennale 2022
Named Natasha, the seventh edition of the Singapore Biennale 2022 (SB2022) invites audiences to go on a journey to find, form and shape a relationship with oneself and the art that is presented. It features over 50 artists and collaborators, bringing together a diversity of artistic practices from across the world (including the Middle East, East Asia, and South Asia) and highlights the interconnectedness and interdependency of ideas, influences and networks these geographies have with Singapore and Southeast Asia.

Organised by the Singapore Art Museum and commissioned by the National Arts Council, Singapore, SB2022 will take place across 13 venues from 16 October 2022 to 19 March 2023.
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