Saturday, October 18, 2003
Plastique Kinetic Worms
Worms Festival V : HOUSE
24 October – 22 November 2003
A house is a building made for people to live in, usually built for a single group of occupants. All the people who are in the house, particularly the people who usually live there, define their spaces within intimately, to make themselves comfortable, sometimes containing their memories and projecting their memories in images. The House shelters us, protects us and allows us to dream in peace. In the past, present and the future, the House offers us this potential binding mechanism to integrate our thoughts and memories; translating this unique entity into a space and moving images.
The feature for this year’s Worms Festival 5: HOUSE will be an architect’s conceptualisation of the gallery space of Plastique Kinetic Worms as well as a compilation of video works and films by various local and foreign artists, which will be presented as part of an interactive installation for the period of the four weeks. The gallery space will be transformed by an architect into a space accommodating a collection of moving images by local and overseas experimental filmmakers providing the visitor a glimpse into an environment comprising of the physical space and moving images.
PLASTIQUE KINETIC WORMS
61 Kerbau Road
Tel : 65 62 92 77 83
Fax : 65 62 92 29 36
Email : email@example.com
URL : www.pkworms.org.sg
Opening hours : Tuesdays to Saturdays from 11am to 6pm
Gallery is closed on Sundays, Mondays and Public Holidays
Alex Noble is an artist living and working in Singapore. In the last three years, he has been working in Advertising before pursuing a career as an artist recently. He works with acrylics and mixed media in an expressionistic style. His chief influences are artists like Yoshimoto Nara, Fancis Bacon, Takashi Murakami and George Grosz.
LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts
Division of Fine Arts
cordially invites you to
OPEN STUDIOS AT STUDIO 106
20 October 2003, 6 pm
Studio 106, 106 Joo Chiat Road S. 427833
Louise Paramor's solo exhibitions include Outback Heat, Kunstverein Langenhagen, Germany 2001; Lustgarten, Schloss Pillnitz, Dresden 2000; and Phantom Valley, Stripp, Melbourne 1997. She has participated in group exhibitions including Satellit, Berline Pavillion, Berlin 2001; Primavera, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 1999; and Clear Intentions, Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand 1997. Louise Paramor's works will be installed at The Esplanade, concourse area, from November 2003 - January 2004.
Arend Roelink has participated in exhibitions including KunstXpress, Rotterdam 2002; Tito museum '25mei', Belgrade 2001; 4-de kunstvlaai, Amsterdam 2000; and The Virtual Room, Hengelo 2000. Arend Roelink's project will be installed at LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts, Design Block, D408, in November 2003.
Studios are opened from 21 - 26 October 2003, 10 am - 8 pm. To visit the studios, please make an appointment with Vincent Leow, Senior Lecturer, Division of Fine Arts at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 6340 9152; or call the studios at 63445925
Monday, October 13, 2003
You are cordially invited to the opening reception of
Trina Poon's first solo painting exhibition CITY LIGHTS
Thursday 16th Oct 2003 7.30 pm
Utterly Art Exhibition Space
208 South Bridge Road 2nd Level, Singapore 058757
Tel: 6226 2605 E-mail: email@example.com
Mon-Sat 11.30 am - 8 pm Sun 12 noon - 5.30 pm
The exhibition runs till Sunday 26th Oct 2003.
Upon his migration to New York, the Dutch artist Piet Mondrian was inspired to paint Broadway Boogie Woogie (1943), a piece which while keeping to his severe aesthetic of intersecting straight lines and limited colour palette, was nevertheless alive with the vibrancy of his new adopted city as his once uniform bars of colour were broken into several multicoloured segments. Sixty years later, one could imagine young Singaporean artist Trina Poon to have taken flight with Mondrian’s preliminary ideas. She presents a portrait of a city breathtakingly complex in its conception and execution, comprising literally hundreds of fragmented colour cells in a starburst of exuberance. The bejeweled brilliance of her painted surfaces never lets the eye rest as it flits from colour block to grid to diagonals to stripes. As the consummate metropolitan, Trina distills the essence of the buzz of her city living in canvases of vibrant colour and energy. Her paintings virtually twinkle with the shiny brilliance and showy lights of her busy home.
Preview Trina's work now at the preview of ARTSingapore, now on at the Ground Floor Lobby, Singapore Tourism Board, Tourism Court, 1 Orchard Spring Lane till MONDAY 13TH OCTOBER, 10am to 7pm.