Asian Cultural Council Fellowship

21 12 2014

New York City November 2014-April 2015

©Joseph Pe

©Joseph Pe

Singapore-based curator, Vanini Belarmino has been awarded the Asian Cultural Council Fellowship to observe curatorial trends , programming practices and research professional management practices in New York City in the winter of 2014. Originally from the Philippines, Vanini is a self-described “curator for interdisciplinary collaborations,” and has accumulated a broad range of experience as an accomplished organiser of art and cultural projects in a variety of contexts. She has been working in Asia, Europe and the Middle East for more than a decade. This grant is being made in recognition of Vanini’s outstanding work to date and of the important contribution she will make towards the fostering of cultural exchange and global dialogue.

undo for ArtScience Late

2 12 2014

by Andreas Schlegel & Bani Haykal
ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands
11 December 2014, 7pm – 10 p.m.

©Andreas Schlegel

‘undo’ is a three-hour long durational performance installation featuring light, sound, technology and words. Set among a myriad of devices and interventions, including computers and light tubes, ‘undo’ offers glimpse into chaos and order through the slow construction and then deconstruction of the multi-media environment. The performance also seeks to investigate the relationship between meaning, context and subject.

Collaborating for the first time, Andreas Schlegel and Bani Haykal will be presenting a groundbreaking creation of work where spoken words affect an array of light tubes, and vice versa, where the rhythm and feedback of the lights create a response to the performers. This creates a constant dialogue between the digital and the analogue (human).

Entry is complimentary and is on a first come first served basis.

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