Creative ideas are invisible if you don’t make them happen.
Railtrack Songmaps by The Migrant Ecologies Project (Singapore), a feast for the eye and an exhibition that touches souls
The Migrant Ecologies Project is presenting Railtrack Songmaps Roosting Post 2, at Jendela (Visual Arts Space), Esplanade Singapore. Until 5th April 2020.
I haven’t written about art for ages. Just last week, I went to an art exhibition that rendered me the motivation to talk about it.
The upcoming session I know of will be held on 22nd February 2020, Saturday, at Block 9 Lock Road, Gillman Barracks, Singapore.
“INDIGNATION 2018 is happening from August 3 to 25th of this year! As part of this, the Indignation Conference, a weekend of free panels and talks, is happening on the weekend of August 18 & 19.” Stay tuned for more information – IndigNation on facebook here, last year’s blog page here.
I love it that this is not a one-way traffic, as in attendees are not merely at the receiving end of information and entertainment. Far from that, they are encouraged to actively participate by voicing up, asking questions, sharing, dancing, working together to develop new ideas, and helping to inculcate thoughtfulness in everyone.
Singapore Biennale 2016: the sensorily impactful fifteen
Imaginary Homeland: 我是不是該安靜地走開 by Boedi Widjaja, drawn negatives of photographs that can be viewed as positive images
How come people take a common action for very different reasons? Watch this documentary to find out!
“Art should have certain essential qualities before you call it art…if it lacks those qualities then I am not interested… it has to show not only, of course technical mastery of the medium, but feeling and passion.” ~ Michael Sullivan