Anime Armageddon 2.0
Urich Lau • Singapore bit.ly/urichlau
ANIME ARMAGEDDON 2.0 depicts images of tourist postcards of the Singapore city skyline as a video diptych, destroyed by superimposed bombings and fires from Japanese anime that illustrates paradoxical notions between the cycles of creation to destruction and back to re-creation on a new state of existence.
Urich Lau is a visual artist, independent curator and art educator based in Singapore who works with video art, photography and media art, in which he is also the co-founder of the art collective INTER–MISSION.
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Life Circuit: I/O, National Gallery Singapore (Singapore), 2019
Athens Digital Arts Festival - SINGULARITY NOW, Megaron - Athens Concert Hall (Athens, Greece), 2018
Pyeongchang Biennale 2017, Gangneung Green City Experience Center (Pyeongchang, South Korea), 2017
Asia Kula Kula-Ring, Asia Culture Center (Gwangju, South Korea), 2016