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Art After Dark x 7th Anniversary Celebrations
Event
Art After Dark x 7th Anniversary Celebrations
20 Sep 2019 - 20 Sep 2019  7pm - 11pm
FEE: Free Admission
[Highlight Programmes]

The Rubbish Prince by 3Pumpkins
2 performances, 7.30pm and 9pm
Along Lock Road and Malan Road

The Rubbish Prince is a non-verbal outdoor puppet theatre featuring a 4.5-metre tall puppet. By involving the audience in a rescue mission to revive a child choked by the city’s waste, the whimsical production has enraptured audience of all ages on its island-wide tour, transforming public spaces and stretching imaginations beyond the ordinary.

SAM Mini Mobile Museum [Blk 1]
Featuring artworks by Rodel Tapaya (Philippines)
10-29 September

SAM Mini Mobile Museum is a travelling art exhibition held in partnership with the National Library Board. The Mini Mobile Museum introduces the multifaceted nature of contemporary art through a selection of SAM’s permanent collection artworks, adapted for non-museum spaces and created by Southeast Asian artists. Featuring art forms like drawing, installation, sound and video, the Mini Mobile Museum invites the viewer to take a closer look at the commissioned artwork in an intimate space.

EATEN: A Capsule Museum for Future Possible Past Beings [Blk 9]
20-22 September

“EATEN: A Capsule Museum for Future Possible Past Beings” brings together young artists working with a variety of technologies to imagine a possible museum from the future where Artificial Intelligent beings from the year 2365 try to imagine and remember how humans in the present interact with technology. The show will include digital works which have never been shown before, including an interactive light and sound experience. How are we as human beings adapting to current changes in technology? What will our digital landscape be like in Singapore and South East Asia for our future generations? How might our descendants in the distant future remember us now in the present?


[Galleries' Exhibitions]
[NEW]

FOST Gallery [Blk 1]
In Its Place
20 September - 10 November 2019

FOST Gallery is delighted to present In Its Place. Works from Elaine Navas, Jimmy Ong, Ezzam Rahman and Wyn-Lyn Tan will proffer both long-held views and new perspectives on still-life.
The golden age of the genre may date back to 17th century Netherlands, but the deliberate act of arranging objects to make a coherent composition and narrative is even more relevant in this social media age. The spatial relationship between objects is also a metaphor for human relationships, where each has a role to play in order for things to fall into place.

Mizuma Gallery [Blk 22]
Control
20 September - 20 October 2019

Mizuma Gallery Singapore is pleased to announce Control, a solo exhibition by Chinese artist Zhao Zhao – his first solo presentation in Southeast Asia. Featuring new sculptures and embroidery works, the exhibition will showcase two of Zhao Zhao’s iconic series: Control (2015–) and Constellation (2008–).

Sundaram Tagore Gallery [Blk 5]
Karen Knorr: Migrations
20 September – 16 November 2019
Opening reception with the artist: 21 September, 4 – 6 PM

For her first solo show at Sundaram Tagore Gallery, American/British photographer Karen Knorr presents a specially curated selection of images that explore ideas of migration and multiculturalism. This exhibition brings together several of the artist’s most powerful series, including the acclaimed body of work India Song.

Yeo Workshop [Blk 47]
A Journey of Forking Paths by Maryanto
20 September - 27 October 2019

Hauntingly dark yet beautiful, Maryanto’s black and white landscape paintings capture the devastating effects of postcolonialism and industrial exploitation of natural resources. Subverting the traditional romantic language of Southeast Asian paintings, his hyperreal scenes of destruction are created through a vigorous and tedious process, carving each stroke with a scalpel.

[ONGOING]

Chan + Hori Contemporary [Blk 6]
Chan-Davies Art Prize
7 September – 21 September 2019

Supported by founders of Chan + Hori Contemporary, the Chan-Davies Art Prize enters its fifth edition. Recipients and LASALLE graduates Desiree Tham and Nur Liyana (BA and MA Fine Arts) will present their projects at the gallery. This year, the jury includes Honor Harger, Executive Director of ArtScience Museum, Singapore.

Ota Fine Arts [Blk 7]
Hilmi Johandi | Stagecraft: Landscapes and Paradise
17 August - 28 September 2019

“Stagecraft: Landscapes and Paradise” is a solo exhibition by Hilmi Johandi, featuring his most recent body of work where he expands his exploration on stagecraft. Hilmi's montages of archival images encourage the viewer to critically rethink existing historical narratives, within the context of Singapore and Southeast Asia.

Richard Koh Fine Art [Blk 47]
The (un)-related Sceneries
6 – 21 September 2019

Richard Koh Fine Art presents the final weekend of The (un)-related Sceneries, a solo exhibition by Malaysian artist Wong Perng Fey. The exhibition examines the notion of identity loss in the turbulent world of urbanization which is inspired by Wong’s experience of living in a rapidly-urbanising Beijing.

Sullivan+Strumpf [Blk 5]
RY DAVID BRADLEY
7 Sept – 6 Oct 2019

Short write-up of no more than 50 words: Continuing his longstanding investigation of the 21st Century painting, Ry David Bradley presents his first solo exhibition in Singapore this September at Sullivan+Strumpf.

ShanghART Gallery [Blk 9]
Arin Rungjang: They Beat Your Father
4 Aug - 30 Nov 2019

ShanghART Singapore is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Thai artist Arin Rungjang. A pioneer of installation art in Thailand whose practice is deeply intertwined with Southeast Asian histories, symbols, and memories, this exhibition presents three of the artist’s latest works that explore the diasporic narratives of migrant workers. The works are exhibited in three locations; in the main gallery space, on the balcony outside the gallery, as well as a temporary space at Blk 7, #01-13.

Arin Rungjang: Shooting an Elephant and The Leader [Blk 7]
4 Aug - 26 Sep 2019

The work, first presented in Shanghai Biennale 2018, traces back both personal narrative and social history crossing different time periods, cultures, and languages. The artist sheds light on the memories of two people who lived in Myanmar at distinct times, taking references from George Orwell’s famous essay “Shooting an Elephant”, as well as the accounts of Watuze Ali, a man of Bengali descent born in Myanmar.

Yavuz Gallery [Blk 9]
Keb Cerda, Dahlia
24 Aug - 22 Sep

In Keb Cerda’s latest solo exhibition, Dahlia, the artist presents a new set of paintings and launches a new virtual game in his continuing exploration of integrating traditional art forms and new media, virtual reality, and gaming platforms. Dahlia takes us into a world of dark alleys and sinister parks, visualised dramatically under a blue and purple-tinted twilight. The game plays around notions of heightened and omnipresent surveillance in the technologically-dominated era, and works around these concepts through the classic contrast between light and dark but invigorated by the interactivity brought by mobile application. Dahlia is yet another social commentary among Cerda’s oeuvre incorporated with humour and fun-filled experience that transcends the boundaries of traditional painting. The exhibition is curated by Ruel Caasi.

Yavuz Gallery [at pop-up, Blk 9 #02-21]
Working Animals Seabound
24 Aug - 22 Sep

Working Animals Seabound is a group exhibition featuring the works of Filipino artist collective The Working Animals Art Projects. It revolves around the titular theme - a term that bespeaks both of an origin and destination, of an intersection of defining boundaries and exploring what lies beyond, and of the dynamic and meaningful exchange between the inside and the outside. The exhibition is curated by Ruel Caasi.

[Playeum, Blk 47]

Content Creator’s Night #11: The Role of Mark-Making In Our Lives
7pm – 9.30pm

Come join in the merrymaking of your marks at Playeum this Content Creators’ Night! Enjoy doodling, painting and coding lighted balls to groove in the glory of the moonlight; culminating in a reflection of what it takes to make your mark. An event for all adults, we invite you to leave your mark at Playeum!

[NTU CCA Singapore]

Residencies OPEN [Blk 37 & 38]
7-11pm

Residencies OPEN provides a rare insight into the often introverted sphere of artist studios by profiling the diversity of contemporary art practices from around the globe and the divergent ways artists conceive an artwork with the studio as a space for experimentation and research.

Featuring Artists-in-Residence: Irene Agrivina (Indonesia), Chang Wen-Hsuan (Taiwan), Anthony Nsofor (Nigeria), Bridget Reweti (Aotearoa New Zealand), Tan Kai Syng (Singapore/United Kingdom), Wei Leng Tay (Singapore), Zarina Muhammad (Singapore).

Siah Armajani: Spaces for the Public. Spaces for Democracy.
[Blk 43]
20 July – 3 November 2019

NTU CCA Singapore is privileged to present the first institutional solo exhibition of Iranian-American artist Siah Armajani (b. 1939) in Asia. Considered a leading figure in art in public space, Armajani merges architecture and conceptual art in his sculptures, drawings, public installations that range from bridges to gardens, and outdoor structures such as gazebos for public use. His intrinsically interdisciplinary works dwell on political, social, economic, philosophical, and metaphysical considerations, inspired by democratic ideals and values, as well as American vernacular architecture.

Culture City. Culture Scape. Art, Urban Change and the Public Sphere [Blk 43]
31 Aug – 2 November 2019

In partnership with Mapletree Pte Ltd., Culture City. Culture Scape. is a public art education programme launched in 2017. The programme features a series of newly commissioned public art works by Dan Graham, Zulkiflie Mahmod, Tomás Saraceno and Yinka Shonibare MBE and aims to bring the arts closer to the communities.

In The Vitrine: Nguyen Trinh Thi Landscape Series #1, 2013 [Blk 43]
28 May – 22 September 2019

Exploring the idea of landscapes as silent witnesses to history, Artist Nguyen Trinh Thi collects hundreds of images depicting anonymous subjects pointing towards seemingly nondescript landscapes. Taken by innumerable Vietnamese press photographers, the photos show people indicating a bygone incident. The land bears witness to the volatile changes in our geo-political, cultural, and social systems, while questioning how unsustainable practices affect the environment. Does a landscape harbour ill-feelings towards incidents that have harmed it? If it could break its silence, what forgotten narratives and unspoken histories would it reveal?

[Music, Blk 9 level 1]

MMLD: 7.30pm – 8.10pm
DJ Itch: 8.10pm – 8.40pm
D’Jantan Djogets: 8.40pm – 9.20pm
DJ Itch: 9.20pm – 10pm
Fauxe: 10pm – 10.40pm

[F&B, Blk 9 level 1]

Food and beverage pop-up stalls serving up savoury bites and sweet treats. Featuring Handlebar, Hopscotch, Mr Lor Bak, The 1925 Brewing Co., Xiao Ya Tou, Fishball Story and Penny University

[After Party, Blk 45]
10pm onwards

Good Times x Hopscotch will be hosting the official Art After Dark After Party starting from 10pm! Featuring Bongomann (Ice Cream Sundays) and The Professionel (Potatoheadz Records)

Redeem Gillman Barracks Merchandise at Blks 1, 6, 7, 9, 22 and 47!
 
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