17 July to 7 August 2021
Maybe; if the Milo was really diluted, like the way my mum used to make it in the mornings before school, and I had to wait till the last minute to chug it so it would be cool enough. I’m not sure if it’d be easier or harder to differentiate if it was a latte, like the kind I would have with my friend after classes at school. But if it was like the 3 cups of black kopi o kosong that my grandpa would have everyday while he peered at his newspaper through the glasses on the bridge of his nose, I think I would know. I think I could tell the difference.
6 artists contend with what it means to be intimate, with oneself, with each other, and the world around them. Whether through the quickest of glances or intensive introspection, those moments of connection lie waiting to be discovered, and more than that, appreciated.
10 April to 30 April 2021
The body and city are entangled and intertwined, each holding influence and power over the other. Cities shape their lines and function around the bodies that inhabit them. The body, in turn, adapts itself and carves the continuous transformation of a city. In the process of mutual growth, still, there are bodies that disrupt the organized planning of a city. In the eyes of the state, these splintering are foreign objects that must be tamed, if not eradicated.
Splinter showcases 11 artists exploring the disruption of the established practices and behaviours of society. In affirming their own presence, these splinters become grafts that can restore the body and revitalize the city. They expand the possibilities of the city beyond the limits of what is known and recognised. In Splinter, we see how the undesirable nurtures our bodies and allow us to reimagine what more life in a city can become.
30 January to 28 February 2021
dis/content is a speculative project that reorientates objects and subjects of complaints through contemplative lenses and language to imbue new meanings and perspectives.
19 June to 10 July 2021
Recast presents recent works by Anthony Chin and Green Zeng, two artists who interrogate historiographies of Singapore and the region through their multidisciplinary practices.
Their second collaborative exhibition, Recast focuses on little-known local and regional histories through the mediums of sculptural installation and video, revealing otherwise unacknowledged structures of power in the colonial and post-colonial eras.
Public Dreams, Private Myths
6 March to 30 March 2021
Taking cues from a quote by Joseph Campbell, "Myths are public dreams, dreams are private myths”, Public Dreams, Private Myths is a group show by Cheong Yew Mun, Kar-men Cheng and Paul Hurley.
As recent graduates of the same MA Fine Arts programme at LASALLE College of the Arts, the three developed their practices closely with one another. In this presentation, they reflect on their intimate knowledge of each others’ work and begin a conversation that bleeds through their respective areas of inquiry, forming new meanings within familiar ideas.
Lather & Pave
30 January to 06 February 2021
Lather & Pave is a joint exhibition by Joanne Pang and Stephanie Jane Burt. Inquiring into the nature of rest and what it possibly entails, the artists dwell into the mundane nature of cleaning as a form of resistance.
Image Credit: Ernie