‘Into The Invisible’ exhibition by SJArt+ is a symphony of art and sound featuring Lindsey Nobel’s ‘Liquid Line’ series

Lindsey Nobel
Lindsey Nobel

Visitors will have their senses tantalised and perceptions challenged when SJArt+ – the brainchild of media producer Julliet Pan – launches its premiere exhibition Into the Invisible on Mar 4 at the Visual Arts Centre on Penang Road. 

Liquid Lines - Red Yellow Blue
Liquid Line – Red Yellow Blue

A captivating visual journey blurring the lines between sight and sound, the interdisciplinary art exhibition is the launchpad for acclaimed artist Lindsey Nobel’s Liquid Line series. Her artworks are presented alongside American composer and self-taught guitarist Daniel Grace’s original musical composition in a fusion of art, technology and music.

Liquid Lines - Red
Liquid Line – Red

Through an interplay of diverse media, Nobel’s Liquid Line artworks explores the invisible connections linking humans with the vast network of organic and inorganic phenomena that permeate our existence. 

She uses oils, acrylic, syringe pieces, and her key “Liquid Line” technique to capture the intangible energy that permeates our interactions with nature, the spiritual world, and the evolving digital landscape.

From left: Julliet Pan, Daniel Grace and Jocelyn Ng
From left: Julliet Pan, Daniel Grace and Jocelyn Ng

Into the Invisible pushes beyond the visual realm with auditory sensations by composer Grace, whose original composition combines classical violin melodies with contemporary electronic textures, a reflection of the transformative nature of music as exemplified by Nobel’s ethereal style. 

Performing the musical piece will be renowned Singaporean violinist Jocelyn Ng, who has performed with fellow Singaporean JJ Lin and world-class artists Olivia Ong, Richard Clayderman and II Divo. This novel artistic synergy will offer audiences a unique multi-sensory odyssey that transcends the boundaries of sight and sound.

Catch Ng perform at the exhibition throughout the week (Mar 4, 5.30pm to 6pm; Mar 5 to 7, 7.15pm to 7.45pm; Mar 8,  6.15pm to 6.45pm; Mar 9, 3.30pm to 4pm; Mar 10, TBC).

Into the Invisible is a non-ticketed event but visitors are required to rsvp here before they visit. The exhibition is held at Visual Arts Centre, 10 Penang Road, #01-02 Dhoby Ghaut Green, Singapore 238469, from Mar 4 to 10, 12pm to 8.30pm.