Faris Nakamura is a surveyor of space. Born in 1988, the Singapore-based art practitioner belongs to a generation of young contemporary artists whose works seek to unravel the undercurrents of society. The focus is not just on artistic technique and aesthetics, but on making a statement about their milieu. In Nakamura’s case, his body of work centres on the study of spaces and their multitude of meanings. He will have a solo show at Richard Koh Fine Art titled ‘Remember This Place, For We Will Be Back Here Again Someday’ from 4 to 19 October. Speaking about what drew him to the young artist’s work, Richard Koh says, “I was intrigued by his artistic language, specifically the manner in which he unfolds the politics of spaces.”