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The Scene Visit Exhibitions At STPI And Gajah Gallery Or Watch A Series Of Short Films At The ArtScience Museum This Week

Visit Exhibitions At STPI And Gajah Gallery Or Watch A Series Of Short Films At The ArtScience Museum This Week

Visit Exhibitions At STPI And Gajah Gallery Or Watch A Series Of Short Films At The ArtScience Museum This Week
(Image: Space Furniture Asia)
By Amelia Yeo
August 14, 2020
Drop by Space Furniture to shop for some beautiful home decor pieces to elevate your abode. Also, The Necessary Stage will be offering a glimpse of its latest production
(Image: Space Furniture Asia)
(Image: Space Furniture Asia)

1/5 Space Furniture Asia

What Freshen up your living quarters with the addition of beautiful pieces by luxury Italian furniture companies such as Arflex, Giorgetti, Maxalto and more this week as one of Singapore's leading furniture retail companies, Space Furniture Asia, rolls out its latest promotion. You will get to save up to 20 per cent on sofas, coffee tables, armchairs and side tables for a limited time only. Pre-order now for delivery before the festive season. Available in-store and online. View the collection here.

When Till August 31 

(Image: Gajah Gallery)
(Image: Gajah Gallery)

2/5 New Now IV: Tension/Creation

What Southeast Asian contemporary art studio Gajah Gallery presents its latest exhibition, featuring four emerging artists that explore forms of tension and tribulations in their artistic practice as they forge ahead in their careers. The artists, namely Kass Koh (Singapore), Koh Kai Ting (Malaysia), Luh Gede Gita Sangita Yasa (Indonesia) and Noreen Loh (Malaysia), come together to investigate and address discomforts through their works, drawing inspiration from a spectrum of topics such as science fiction, memories, and even creatures in distress. 

When Till August 30

(Related: S.E.A. Focus Is A New Platform That Champions Southeast Asian Art)

The cast of Digital Traces: The Year of No Return (Image: Tuckys Photography)
The cast of Digital Traces: The Year of No Return (Image: Tuckys Photography)

3/5 Digital Traces: The Year of No Return

What The Necessary Stage, one of Singapore's leading theatre companies, presents an insight into its latest production in five parts—a Zoom play reading and four subsequent vodcasts, the latter scheduled to be rolled out every 15th of the month starting from this week. The production was initially planned to premiere at this year's Singapore International Festival of Arts, delving deeper into the strength of collective power and topic of climate change.

When August 15; 12 noon (first scheduled vodcast) and 8 pm (play reading)

(Image: STPI)
(Image: STPI)
(Image: STPI)
(Image: STPI)

4/5 Turning the Axis of the World

What 15 artists who once held art residencies at STPI come together for a group exhibition that explores the various implications associated with the shifting of Earth's axis, suggesting an upending of the natural order of things and change made to the status quo. Helmed by guest curator Tan Siuli, participants can look forward to an exciting line-up of artists, including Rirkrit Tiravanija, Manuel Ocampo and Ashley Bickerton, among many notable others. 

When Till September 13 

(Related: National Gallery Singapore is Offering Complimentary Gallery Insider Memberships)

Litterbug (Image; ArtScience Museum)
Litterbug (Image; ArtScience Museum)

5/5 ArtScience on Screen: Ode to Invention

What The first of three installations of ArtScience on Screen: Ode to Invention, will feature the short film, The MisInventions of Milo Weatherby, by American filmmaker Bill Whirity that premiered in 2009. The programme is held in partnership with Imagine Science Films and Labocine, and invites audiences to revel in the joy of invention helmed by young and unlikely protagonists through four short films over the next three weeks. 

When Till September 6

(Related: How to Be a Tourist in Singapore: Universal Studios, Zoo, and More Re-Open This Week)

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