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The artworks of Le Chatelier and Pang (both above) 'found' each other, he recalls. He was working on an installation of laser-cut leaves when she wanted to use a tree she picked up as part of an installation.

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Their two works ended up as a collaborative piece (above).

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Four out of five of June Lee's watercolour paintings done with masterful strokes (above) have already been sold since the start of the exhibition.

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Four out of five of June Lee's watercolour paintings done with masterful strokes (above) have already been sold since the start of the exhibition.

Using words as energy devoid of meaning

Four artists are featured in an exhibition derived from calligraphy - not in what the letters connote, but in how their shapes and forms inspire art.
Jun 17, 2016 5:50 AM

WORDS come into play at this exhibition, Autographic Matters, which features the collaborative and individual works of two Singapore artists and two French artists.

For two of the artists - Calvin Pang (whose artist's moniker is Pang) and Helene Le Chatelier - their collaboration started

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