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For Ages 4 and Up

Exhibiting Artists: Aiman Hakim

Venue: Utterly Art 229A South Bridge Road > venue details

Dates: 30 Jul 2009 - 08 Aug 2010

In his first solo exhibition, Aiman Hakim explores the ‘absurd’ notion of self-individuation, in a culture where communal ideologies still dominate. His works involve the repeated use of iconic representations of ‘a perfect man’ in different stages of his life - various Ken dolls that have been generated over the years, ranging from vintage to the very recent. Aiman implies the idea of conformity in his ordered replication of figures and use of uniforms and props to denote various organisations. His style, in jest, is extremely childlike and highly saturated, suggesting an almost deliberate ignorance with regards to addressing the issue.


  • Aiman Hakim


    Aiman Hakim graduated from the LASALLE-SIA School of the Arts in 2004 with a Diploma in Fine Arts. Awards he has obtained include the LASALLE-SIA Scholarship, Georgette Chen Scholarship and the Winston Oh Travel Award. He has participated in several group exhibitions in Utterly Art, Art Seasons and the Earl Lu Gallery in LASALLE.

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