Participate in a Curator Tour at the Singapore Biennale or Visit an Exhibition by Genevieve Chua This Week
1/4 The Lifespan of a Fact
What Singapore Repertory Theatre's latest production follows the relationship of a talented writer and meticulous fact-checker, as they battle the issue of fact versus truth through this compelling comedy. Starring local actors Janice Koh, Daniel Slater and Ghafir Akbar, the production will be showing at the KC Arts Centre-Home of the SRT for a limited run only.
When Till March 14
2/4 SINGAPO人: Discovering Chinese Singaporean Culture
What Discover the many facets of the Chinese Singaporean identity at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre, as its Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple gallery transforms into five specially curated zones filled with interactive installations—some made of actual doors and windows from old HDB flats—and multimedia visuals for visitors to immerse themselves in.
Upon entering each zone, see if you are able to spot iconic items such as Stefanie Sun's Best New Artist Golden Melody Award as well as a poster of Dick's Lee's sold-out show The Adventures of the Mad Chinaman. The personal recipes by Willin Low, an acclaimed Mod-Sin chef and restauranteur who is well established in the region's dining scene, is also on showcase. So be sure to keep your eyes peeled throughout.
3/4 Singapore Biennale: Leap year edition line-up
What Spend the afternoon at Gillman Barracks with one of Singapore Biennale's very own curators John Tung, as he takes visitors on a specially curated tour exploring works that delve deeper into the relationship between humans and nature. Otherwise, opt for a gong bath session helmed by participating Biennale artists Robert Zhao, Zakaria Omar Ruangsak Anuwatwimon and Dusadee Huntrakul. The session aims to allow participants to reclaim their bodies and restore it with a natural resonance through the vibrations emitted by the gong.
When February 29, March 22
(Related: 7 Highlights To Look Out For At The Singapore Biennale 2019)
4/4 Twofold exhibition by Genevieve Chua
What Singapore- and London-based abstract visual artist Genevieve Chua will be hosting her first and largest solo exhibition to date at the STPI gallery, featuring an array of new and ongoing works that explore the medium of painting. Monochromatic colours that play with human perception are primarily used in her paintings, resulting in optically deceptive imagery such as the moiré pattern.
When Till April 19