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Singapore Art Week

Otherworlds: Technology Transcends Reality in this Physical and VR Exhibition
Arts

Otherworlds: Technology Transcends Reality in this Physical and VR Exhibition

Part of Singapore Art Week (SAW) 2021, we visited the Otherworlds: Non/Digital Realities exhibition, where VR is incorporated into artworks.
Inner Like The OutAR: A Sensory Experience on the Commentary of Technology vs Nature
Arts

Inner Like The OutAR: A Sensory Experience on the Commentary of Technology vs Nature

“Do you think technology could ever coexist with nature?” I asked Tulika. “That’s the dream!” She chirped proudly. After almost a year, Tulika Ahuja, Founder and Curator of MAMA MAGNET (an Arts Programming Consultancy), presents us with various perspectives of Man’s fragile relationship with nature through art and exhibitions, supported by the National Arts Council. The digital dynasty of augmented flora and fauna is the brainchild of artists Reza Hasni and Siah Tiong Hong, with Tina Fung (Space Objekt studio) as the principal set designer. The experience begins with a scan of the QR Codes found around the exhibition This…
Light to Night Festival 2019 Brings Intimate & Thought-Provoking Art and Historical Encounters
Exhibitions

Light to Night Festival 2019 Brings Intimate & Thought-Provoking Art and Historical Encounters

Light to Night Festival is back for its third year, and it presents the Singapore Art Week edition and the Singapore Bicentennial edition. Spearheaded by National Gallery Singapore, the Light to Night Festival will span across a period of six weeks to bring close to 50 programmes and immerse audiences in an adventure filled with thought-provoking art and historical encounters. Themed Traces and Echoes, visitors are invited to go beyond the role of a visual spectator to one who interprets art and history with their five senses. The first edition – as a marquee event of Singapore Art Week – presents…
5 Questions with Local Artist ZERO: ARTWALK Little India 2019
Arts

5 Questions with Local Artist ZERO: ARTWALK Little India 2019

With the theme, Image and Sound of Fragrance, ARTWALK Little India is back for its fifth year running. From 18 January to 2 February 2019, the popular multi-disciplinary arts festival will celebrate the cultural precinct’s rich heritage. New highlights include an immersive exhibition at UltraSuperNew Gallery, which features works by acclaimed artists such as Tan Ngiap Heng and Bani Haykal, and five more murals to add to Little India’s colourful vibrancy. Furthermore, this year’s ARTWALK sees the event spanned across 16 days – the festival’s longest period yet. ‘A Scent of Lights’ by SONG, at 20 Clive Street Making first-time appearances are…
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