Sunday, July 6, 2014 at 4:15 PM

 Haslin Ismail
Acrylic on Canvas
82cm X 183cm
Acquired on 6 July 2014
This piece is a commissioned work to complement his (Haslin) earlier work, Death, that was part of his solo show, Transfiguration, by G13 Gallery. Naturally, to partner Death, Life would be the most appropriate choice. Hence creating an epitome pair of duopolistic concept, Life and Death, a concept human being often forget and take for granted. This duo-expression of contemporary art on the subject matter shall function as a reminder to us - the relevance of what we do in Life that will matter in Death. The colours used depict the mood of what Life and Death each have on our feelings towards it. Life should generally be more cheerful and full of hope with the magical envelope of creation itself. Death, on the other hand, portray melancholy senses - represented by the skull - as it suggests to us the idea of being the opposite of creation. Go figure!


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