2008. Graphite on paper; acrylic on board, 3 sets of diptych, frame: 75 x 99cm each
The condition that situates Ian, Rem, Kal is a global culture fragmented and wounded by divisive ideologies. Three involuntary separatists: Ian Curtis’s tortured life leading to his suicide; Rem Koolhaas’s abandonment of poetic space and departure from designing interiors to large-scale city planning; and Kal El’s struggle for acceptance on earth because of his alien origin and impossibility of being human.
In this work, Widjaja positions these three figures as gaining fulfilment through architecture. For Ian: The Hacienda; Rem: CCTV tower; and Kal: The Fortress of Solitude. Architecture plays the urgent role of being a medium that connects individuals, regardless of their separatist tendencies; perhaps suggesting reason to find space in flatness.
全球文化由于分裂的意识形态而支离破碎、伤痕累累，这正是Ian, Rem, Kal中反应的状态。这个舞台就是为这三个无意的分裂主义者设立的：Ian Curtis的苦难生活最终导致了他的自杀；Rem Koolhaas放弃了诗意的空间，从内心的建设转向了大型城市规划；Kal El因其外籍人的身份和作为人类所不能之事而苦苦挣扎、寻求认同。 在这件作品中，黄晨晗定位了这三者的相同之处，即通过建筑来获得满足: Ian的庄园，Rem的CCTV电视塔，以及Kal的孑然堡垒。建筑在此处扮演了不管他们的分离主义倾向而衔接起个体的紧急角色；或者为在平面中寻找空间提供了理由。
On view at The Great Room Offices, One George Street, Singapore from 2 June 2016 onwards.
2015 London Calling, British High Commissioner's Residence, Eden Hall, Singapore
2015 The Language of the Street, Jalan Bahasa, Singapore
2012 Celeste Prize 2012, Centrale Montemartini, Rome
2012 Sungai, Sejarah, 河流, 历史, 源, YRAC S-base, Gillman Barracks, Singapore
2009 Space, Flat, Night and Day Gallery, Singapore
Finalist, Celeste Prize 2012