Dali: Mind of a Genius

28 07 2011

Exhibition Guide
ArtScience Museum


You have two months left to catch-up with the genius and experience the happenings at the Marina Bay Sands ArtScience Museum.

Want to know what you’re missing? Here’s the fabulous exhibition guide, click on< http://www.marinabaysands.com/uploadedFiles/Marina_Bay_Sands/Content_Blocks/Entertainment/Activities/Art_and_Science_Museum/Whats_On/Dali_exhibitionGuide.pdf





Workshop on MAX MSP Jitter by Masato Tsutsui

21 07 2011

Saturday and Sunday, 30 and 31 July 2011
2:00-6:00 p.m.
ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands

Masato Tsutsui, one of the leading programmers in the international new media art scene, conducts this two-day intensive workshop on MAX MSP Jitter, a visual programming language for music and multimedia. Participants will be acquainted with the range of possibilities of its usage and develop their programming skills. Participants are required to bring their own laptops for the workshop.

About the Instructor
Masato Tsutsui is a Visual Jockey (VJ) and Programmer. Born in Tokyo in 1985, he started working as a VJ after graduating from high school. Masato has since been involved as a visual programmer for various productions in Japan and abroad. His works have been featured at ‘Metamorphose’, ‘SonarSound Tokyo’, ‘Electraglide’, ‘Fuji Rock Festival’ and ‘Big Beach Festival’ among others.

As an independent programmer, Masato specialises in real-time and interactive image of the space production for commercials. He is also engaged as Technical Director at “Super de Luxe”, an alternative art space in Roppongi Hills.

To register, visit<
http://www.marinabaysands.com/Singapore-Entertainment/Art-Science-Museum/Activities/





Dance with Dali Workshop by Vincent Yong

18 07 2011


Tuesdays, 19, 26 July and 2, 9, 16 August 2011
7pm to 8.30pm
ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands

Agnieszka Wlazel


A special Dalí inspired movement workshop for young adults/adults led by Singaporean choreographer/dancer Vincent Yong, participants get to explore the relationship between art and science with their bodies. The workshop comprises five 1.5-hour sessions, including a final showcase following the 4-week training.

About Vincent Yong
Vincent Yong is the first Singaporean to graduate from the prestigious CODARTS in The Netherlands through the SHELL-NAC scholarship. He received the Most Outstanding Student and SIA Award of Excellence in the Arts. He has worked and studied with Michael Schumacher, Laura Bernasconi, Prof Dieter Heitkamp, MarianSarstadt et al and performed on international platforms such as the Holland Dance Festival and ITS Festival. He has toured Holland performing with award-winning dance company GatoBizar during his residency in The Netherlands. As a performer, Vincent enjoys collaborating with artists from other disciplines to find a common ground for expression to foster understanding and communication. Vincent is currently an adjunct dance lecturer for LaSalle College of the Arts and Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts and a certified Neuro-Linguistic Programming practitioner.

To register, visit< http://www.marinabaysands.com/Singapore-Entertainment/Art-Science-Museum/Activities/





A Surreal Concert for Dali

11 07 2011

photo courtesy of Lirio Salvador

Lirio Salvador & Elemento
Live Performance at the Marina Bay Sands ArtScience Museum
15 July (Friday), 7pm – 7.45pm

New Media artist and musician, Lirio Salvador, known for his avant-garde installations and music creations, will be performing a concert with his band Elemento using specially sculpted musical instrument made of different metallic objects as well as string, wind, electronic and percussion instruments. This concert will integrate music, performance art, new media, sculpture, and audio art.

Lecture Demonstration
16 July (Saturday), 2:00-2:45 p.m.

Audiences will have the opportunity to check out the musical sculptures and have a one-on-one discussion with Lirio Salvador and Elemento.

Belarmino&Partners conceptualised this surreal concert as part of an art series for the ArtScience Museum’s exhibition, Dali: Mind of a Genius.

For ticket inquiries, visit < http://www.marinabaysands.com/Singapore-Entertainment/Art-Science-Museum/Activities/