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Opening of Europe : Beauty in Every Corner changed to 23rd June 2005 instead of 24th June 2005
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Wednesday, August 13, 2003

La Salle SIA College of the Arts
Division of Fine Arts
Department of Degree Studies

invites you to an

Tohru Nakazaki

(Artist, Japan)

A MFA Graduate from Musashino Art University, Tohru Nakazaki's works often engage interactive processes with viewers and the community, exploring the line between commercial intention and art. As an artist-in residence with Plastique Kinetic Worms, Tohru's project will involve creating signboards and accompanying it, an enterprise named "Signmaker Nakazaki". The enterprise was established as a result of numerous signboards created through his negotiations between the commercial intentions of signboard and art. His sign-making project has gain certain establishment in some areas in Japan and are installed in public and open spaces. He has participated in exhibitions including, exhibit LIVE, Tokyo 2002; 'Galeria Rasen 2003', Galeria Rasen, Tokyo; Maki Imasaru Fine Art, Tokyo, and 'Asahi Art Festival', Tokyo 2003.

Wednesday, 13 August 2003

3 - 4 pm

Fine Art Tutorial Room


‘The Vanishing Race: Apache on a Rampage’

A solo exhibition by

Zulkiflie Mahmod


Thursday 14th August at 6:30pm
The exhibition continues until the 28th August 2003

‘The Art Gallery’
NTU-National Institute of Education
1 Nanyang Walk Singapore
enquiries: tel 6790 3557 email:

Gallery hours Mon-Fri 10:00-5:00, Sat 10:00-1:00, Closed on Sun & Public Holidays.
[MRT to Boon Lay then bus 199 or 179 to NIE, gallery located in central courtyard]

There will be a free bus leaving at 5:40pm from Stamford Road opposite Raffles City that will take people directly to the opening, and return to Raffles City at 8:30pm from NIE.

media release

Birds- Art migration, feature in the show ‘The Vanishing Race: Apache on a

A Migratory process, artwork traveling from one destination to another
“leaving an area of domination just like how the birds migrate from one
place to another” –travel, location, differing viewpoints - the complexity
and power of transition.

Emerging Singapore artist, Zulkiflie Mahmod, will re-showcase work from a
recent exhibition at the Substation gallery, a re-citing in a new space -
‘The Art Gallery’ NIE, NTU Campus.

‘The Vanishing Race: Apache on a Rampage’, an exhibition of works on paper
and sculpture, developed over the past two year by the artist, will be on
display from August 14th to August 27th 2003.

While the works are certainly the result of new thinking, new ideas by the
artist, there is evidence that they stem also from the artists’ four-month
residency at the Ona Arts Centre in Norway in 2001.

Ona, a small island in the Norwegian seas and the land of the midnight sun,
they are home to the consistent sound of birds and a red lighthouse, Ona’s
trademark for both the locals and tourists… this was the location for a half
year residency the artist undertook…

Zulkiflie describes the experience as a “sense of mysticism… at a certain
place and moment, I felt that I had been there before. It is déjà vu.”

Through an array of portraits on paper hung around the gallery walls with a
single light bulb overhanging and centering an imprinted aura of light over
the portrait image. The bird like sculptural forms hang in the centre of the
gallery, subtly positioned in a idyllic yet stagnate flight, acting as an
installation site come gathering for Zulkiflie as he attempt to understand
and share his journey to this island, enticing the viewer into his private
world of dreams, anxieties and disappointments.

Since graduating from LaSalleSIA College of the Arts six years ago, the
artist has been actively exhibiting locally and regionally, Thailand,
Indonesia and Malaysia in spaces such as Sculpture Sq, Substation, PKW,
Project 304, Petronas, and the Alliance Francaise Galleries.

Zulkiflie has participated in Singapore Nokia Art, PKW Worm Festivals,
Singapore International Exhibitions of Fine Jewellery, Timepieces, Fine Arts
and Antiques and completed 5 major commission pieces for the Westin Stamford
& Westin Plaza public art collection.

For interviews, information or images, contact:

ART PROFILERS: Karee Dahl tel: 96181642/62991764

The artist: Zulkiflie Mahmod tel: 9027 8444

NIE ‘ The Art Gallery’: Serene/Suharti tel: 6790 3557

The artist will be available for interviews and will attend the exhibition
opening at 6:30pm


Monday, August 11, 2003

Home Service
By Twardzik Ching Chor Leng, Vincent Twardzik Ching and Amanda Heng

For the housework project, we (Leng, Vincent & Amanda) propose to set up a Home Service Agency to provide domestic help for the period from 10 August to 10 September 2003. Any member of the public who requires domestic help can make an appointment by phone (from now) or at the customer service counter set up at the exhibition space. Home services will be provided as requested at a negotiated fee (no real money involved) by any of the three professionals, Twardzik Ching Chor Leng, Vincent Twardzik Ching & Amanda Heng

Home Service Agency proposes to make an issue of Housework. The professional business set up presents a situation where Housework, the everyday routines that are often regarded as non-productive and a waste of time, can be made an issue for discussion. Public participation is essential. Dialogues and exchanges about housework and our values in contemporary life are engaged and performed between the public and the artists/domestic help in the form of negotiations in the “employer’s” own home. Documentations of the services/exchanges provided in video, texts and photos will be made for presentation at the exhibition space during the exhibition at the Alliance Francaise Gallery from 5 to 10 September 2003.

Services offered includes: laundry, ironing, floor mopping, vacuum cleaning, carpentry, plumbing, window cleaning, gardening (pruning, watering, weeding) marketing, washing toilets/ kitchen/ room, making tea, meal preparation, making beds, dish washing, feeding pets, walking pets, etc…

Service fees (no real money involved) are negotiable based on the nature of the work, the amount of work, time needed, the location, necessary equipment and cleaning supplies and the working environment/condition.

Working hours from 10 am till 7pm
Home Service Agency is open for appointments from now until 10 September.
For appointments or more information
Call or email
Leng at 9684-9157
Vincent at 9684-6972
Amanda at 9670-9917

Curriculum Vitae
Twardzik Ching Chor Leng – Singapore Born Chinese female, with 12 years worth of domestic work experience. She is a mother of a 2 year old and is an expert in diaper changing, breast-feeding and story-telling. She is also well versed in early childhood education; she conducts weekly Children’s Classes in her own home for the neighbourhood children teaching them about the importance of virtues. Chor Leng is also an art practitioner and arts educator who has been practising installation art and land art for more than 10 years. She has exhibited extensively in group and solo exhibitions throughout Western Canada and in Singapore, and is currently developing several public art projects in Singapore. A regular recipient of meritorious awards and scholarships including the Hanna Kristmanson Ceramic Scholarship, the Ceramics Canada Award, and the Crown Life Entrance Award, Leng’s work is included in numerous public and corporate collections. Leng holds a Master of Fine Arts Degree from University of Regina, Canada, a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Ceramics and a Diploma in Ceramic Arts from Alberta College of Art and Design, Canada.

Vincent Twardzik Ching – Canadian born Polish/Fin male. Expert in general household maintenance, carpentry and plumbing. Vincent has more than 15 years experience in bathroom sanitation. He has 10 years experience in children’s education and is very good with children. Vincent also has basic food preparation skills. Vincent is also an artist specializing in Painting. Vincent completed his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Regina, Canada in 1998 specialising in drawing. A recipient of the Lakehead University Academic Achievement Award, Vincent has exhibited in Canada and in Singapore at Plum Blossoms Gallery, Sculpture Square and Wetterling Teo Gallery through which he was included in the AGA New Finds Exhibition 2003. His paintings and drawings are included in private collections in Canada, Taiwan and Singapore. Vincent’s work received Honourable Mention in the prestigious Phillip Morris Asean Art Awards in Singapore 2001/2002. He is currently a full-time artist and permanent resident of Singapore.

Amanda Heng –Singapore born Chinese female, with more than 30 years of working experience. Able to speak in English and Mandarin, and Teochew, Hokkien and Cantonese dialects. She has developed a special interest in gardening and toilets washing. Amanda Heng is also a full-time independent Art Practitioner. She adopts an interdisciplinary approach to her art practice, prefers to work in collaboration with people from all fields (art and non art), especially people of different cultural backgrounds and often concern with issues of communication and human relationships in urban condition in Singapore. She has exhibited widely in the international scene. She had co-directed and performed in theatre productions and also organized and participated in various public forums, workshops, research projects, art events, creating space for artists collective and archives for visual art in Singapore. Amanda graduated from Curtin University of Technology, Australia in 1993, with BA degree in Sculpture and was awarded the best student of the year.


Sunday, August 10, 2003

Attention: Singapore Artists

Wireless Art Competition in ResFest Korea 2003
Co-organized by Art Center Nabi

Art Center Nabi is looking for artworks and creative ideas for
Wireless Art Competition in conjunction with Resfest Korea 2003. We
hope to explore the potentials of mobile and wireless as new
communication and expressive medium for art practice. Works can be
described as mobile art, wireless art or multimedia experiments that
open up the possibilities of newly-emerged technology of wireless.
Korea, known for its nation-wide broadband network, is also a leading
country of wireless technologies and services. On this ground, Art
Center Nabi aims to support the production of wireless art. Our
ongoing efforts in the research and production of wireless art are
exemplified by the commission of Maurice Benayoun's Watch Out! in

Art Center Nabi is a center for media arts located in Seoul Korea.
Nabi aims to nurture creativity in art by facilitating communication
across diverse disciplines of humanities, science, technology and
art. For more information, please visit our website at


1) audio visual art for mobile phone: multimedia experiments which
explore the characteristics and parameters of mobile phone.
l audio visual works (3 minutes or less)
l screensaver for mobile phone (visual-only, 30 seconds or less)

Submission format: VHS, Mini DV, DVCAM, or CD-ROM are possible, but
Mini DV and DVCAM are preferred.
Minimum pixel size: A submission in a CD-ROM should be 352X288 or
320X240 for screening at the festival theater.

*Note 1
The selected work will be converted to the appropriate format for
mobile phone presentation in Korea. The applicant should consider
the following mobile format. (Please note that this is not the
submission format)
- pixel size: 176X144
- frame: 10~15 frame per second
- screen size: approx. 350mmX290mm
*Note 2
Works previously made for other mediums can also be submitted.
However, ones that were already aired through mobile platform cannot
be accepted.

2) proposal for wireless art project:
Proposals of any format of artworks that exploit the characteristics
of wireless technology such as mobility, ubiquity or networkability
and those that explore the themes of bodily relations, surveillance
or public vs. private, among others.

Submission format: art proposal (project description,
sketches/images, technical note)

Prize $ 2,500 US will be awarded to the winner of each category.
Commission (for wireless art proposal only):
Art Center Nabi will commission the selected art proposal if the
project is technically conceivable.
Deadline: August 18, 2003
Announcement will be made at Art Center Nabi website on September 1, 2003.
How to apply
1. download the application form and complete it (* the downloadable
application form will be available from July 9th on Nabi homepage
2. materials to be attached:
Category 1)
Your work in the appropriate format (see the note 1 above)
project description
brief bio
Category 2)
idea proposal (project description, sketches/images, technical note)
brief bio
3. email above materials or send them TOGETHER via mail to the address below:
email to: choi@n...
post: Wireless Art Competition
Art Center Nabi
4th Fl. SK Bldg., 99 Seorin-dong, Jongno-gu
Seoul Korea 110-110
* Please note that submitted materials will not be returned to the applicant.

Art Center Nabi
ResFest Korea 2003


Netart from Asian-Pacific countries


I would like to invite you to submit to the new feature on JavaMuseum
focussing on netart from Asian-Pacific area,
to be launched in February/March 2004.

I am looking forward to hearing from you,

Best regards,

Wilfried Agricola de Cologne
director and curator of
JavaMuseum -
Forum for Internet Technologies in Contemporary Art

JavaMuseum -
Forum for Internet Technologies in Contemporary Art
(Java=Joint Advanced Virtual Affairs)

Call for entries:
Netart from Asian-Pacific area
Deadline Monday 5 January 2004

Currently, JavaMuseum is planning new features for the "3rd of Java series"
2003/2004, focussing on netart
from particular cultural regions on the globe.

For February/March 2004, a feature exhibition will be prepared unter the
title, "Netart from Asian - Pacific area", in order to pay more attention to
this globally emerging cultural region, which is related to netart widely
unknow in the Western countries.

All artists, who work netbased and are born or have their residency in one
of the countries of this area are invited to submit and participate.
All serious submissions will be included.

Deadline Monday, 5 January 2004.

Please use following entry form for submitting:

1. firstname/name of artist, email, URL
2. a brief bio/CV (not more than 300 words only in English, please)
3. title and URL of the max 3 projects/works,
4. a short work description for each work (not more than 300 words only in
English, please),
5. a screen shot for each submitted work (max 800x600 pixels, .jpg)

Please send your submission to

JavaMuseum -
Forum for Internet Technologies in Contemporary Art
(Java=Joint Advanced Virtual Affairs)

corporate member of
[NewMediaArtProjectNetwork] -
the experimental platform for netbased art -
operating from Cologne/Germany.


HELP to create a stronger arts understanding in Singapore

You may be aware that we have been working on the Art Outreach Program
to bring much needed art education to every school in Singapore. What
you may not know is that in many schools, Art Outreach will be the ONLY
art appreciation education students receive.

That's why I am asking you to give some of your time and talent to open
up the world of art appreciation to students. We have had an
overwhelming response to the program from school principals and
teachers, and have many classes waiting to come on board. We need more
volunteers to adopt-a-class and teach art content to them.

You do not have to have an arts background, though that is a PLUS - but
you do have to prepare yourself for the monthly presentation of art
portfolios to a class. We offer presentation training on each portfolio.
The sessions are fun and easy to learn.

Volunteering for the program will not take a large amount of your time-a
couple hours a month to learn the contents of a portfolio and present it
to a class of students in a 30 minute session. But, it will mean a lot
to Singapore's schools and most especially to the children who will
experience the visual arts coming right into their classrooms.

This program gets people TALKING about art; it arms students with art
words and an art context. This is an important program that will reach
tens of thousands of children over the next few years - and every adult
who volunteers to teach it.

Please, email me if you will consider joining us in this worthwhile
undertaking. It is a key ingredient to a more vibrant arts community.

Claudia Cellini
Asian Art Options
131 Devonshire Road Level 2
Singapore 239887
T +65 6372 0357
F +65 6372 0356
Distinguish yourself...define your corporate culture


TAGS #4: Sketchs down a moving line

After three successful productions, we are proud to present the forth round of
The Articulate Gallery Series TAGS

TAGS invites you to a night of exploration into the heart of the city and your
own internal landscape. Allow your senses to be awakened visually, aurally and
mentally, as our performers and artists take you through this labyrinth we call
the city. Join us in a journey of expression to seek for a meaning within the
hysteria and vibrance of the city. Enjoy a musical performance, poetry recital,
photographic and art exhibition within a single installation.

Venue: The Third Place Cafe, 231 Outram Road
Date: 15th Aug 2003 Friday
Time: 8pm
Price: Free! (Limited seating)

TAGS is:
a showcase of local artists' work, involving the performance, research and
practice into text, storytelling, movement and visual installation.
can be academically construed also as performance, research and practice
through the spatial creation of its work and dialogue.

TAGS targets:
fellow artists
art students
creative arts personnel in institutions or organisations e.g.schools,
churches etc.

TAGS aims: to unlock the creativity of the arts within the newer
segments of the local scene and to equip them by allowing for artistic

TAGS niche: creating an unrestrained dialogue between artists. Where
performance is used as a discussion facilitator, introducing artistes to
unconventional ways of art and expression. Allowing for the members of the arts
community to present share and inspire in an informal and casual setting.

TAGS nature: is not unlike a seminar or roundtable. We don't present
performances of finished products, merely a showcase of different works by
different participating artists.

For more information, visit:




Master of Fine Art Seminar Programme
Singapore 2003


Contemporary Art Culture in Asia

This seminar examines key issues in contemporary art practice, and the major developments within institutional frameworks and support systems of the Asian region.

DATES 14 – 16 August 2003
VENUE LASALLE-SIA College Auditorium
90 Goodman Road, Singapore 439053
DURATION 10 am - 5 pm, including Q & A and Discussion Sessions

14 August

Overview of Contemporary Art in Asia since the 1960s

This session provides a historical overview of the development of art in Singapore

10 am – 1 pm
Ahmad Mashadi,
Senior Asst. Director/ Senior Curator, Singapore Art Museum

– a historical overview of art in Singapore and Asia, including Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia and Thailand

2 – 5 pm
Cheo Chai Hiang,
Lecturer/ artist

- a practioner’s point of view, as “an insider and an outsider”.

15 August

Singapore and Urban Landscapes

This session addresses concerns pertaining to the intersections of urban cultural landscapes in Singapore & various aspects of art such as architecture & film.

10 am – 1 pm
Tan Pin Pin,
Director, Filmmaker
Mirabelle Ang,
Director, Filmmaker

– Documentary Filmmaking

2 – 5 pm
Michael Lee
Lecturer/ artist, NAFA

– On Urbansacpes and Cinepolitans

16 August

Development of Independent Art Spaces in Singapore

The session frames the possibilities & potentials of parallel & alternative (exhibition) spaces in Singapore

10 am – 1 pm
Lee Weng Choy,
Artistic Director

--The Substation

2 – 5 pm
Vincent Leow,
Founder, Director

– Plastic Kinetic Worms



invites you to a

Seminar on Contemporary Art Culture in Asia

DATES 14 - 16 August 2003

DURATION 10 am - 5 pm.

VENUE LASALLE-SIA College Auditorium

This seminar examines key issues in contemporary art practice, and the major developments within institutional frameworks and support systems of the Asian region. We welcome the attendance of artists, students, and any interested public; admission is free. Please find details in the attached seminar programme document.

This seminar is organised specifically for Masters candidates enrolled in the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Master of Fine Art Programme, conducted at LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts. The seminar is organised by the Department of Degree Studies and the Department of Art Theory and History, Division of Fine Arts; with the support of the Office of Research and Graduate Studies.

For more information, please contact :

Department of Degree Studies, Lecturer/ Programme Leader, Ye Shufang at

6340 9152

Department of Art Theory and Art History, Lecturer/ Programme Leader, Adeline Kueh at

6340 9164




Artist in Residence 2003


Open Studio Residency : 14 August – 3 Sept 2003

Plastique Kinetic Worms is proud to present its third annual
Artist-in-Residency program – Open Studio Residency.

Open Studio Residency, will witness our resident artist, NAKAZAKI Tohru from
Japan, developing his work at the premise of Plastique Kinetic Worms. The
usual gallery space is being converted into a studio space where artists and
art students can freely visit and interact with the resident artist, as well
as have an insight into the developments during the art-making process.

Tohru will begin his residency with a casual gathering with fellow artists
and art enthusiasts at PKW to acquire commissions to create signboard. After
which he will commence making of his work negotiating his artistic integrity
and pleasing his clients. From 14 August 2003 (Tuesday), Tohru will begin
his signboard making business. The public is welcome to visit and commission
their signboard to be created and made by the artist during this time.

Admission is free but there will be a small fee involved for every signboard

Plastique Kinetic Worms opens on Tuesdays to Saturdays from 11am to 6pm
Closed on Sundays, Mondays and Public Holidays.
For more information, please contact us at Tel: 6292 7783 € Fax: 6292 2936
61 Kerbau Road Singapore 219185.
Little India Arts Belt, Little India MRT station exit E.
website: € e-mail: