Tuesday, January 27, 2004
Agnes Lim Su-Chin
Agnes Lim Su-Chin, born 1980, is currently a visual arts programming officer at Esplanade - Theatres on the bay. She has a Master in Art Administration from University of New South Wales and a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Painting) with Distinction from RMIT University LASALLE-SIA College of the Arts. Her works can be seen on line at www.almostfamousart.com.
Address: 179 River Valley Road # 01 -07
Artgroup: Perfect Art Space
Art Studio shared by full time artists Marisa Keller, Anette Notfors and Tang Wai Wah
"PROJECT - small sweets"
an exhibition of drawings and sweets
Ye Shu Fang
Cemeti Art House, Yogyakarta.
17 - 31 January 2004
The exhibition comprised of 14 magic-marker drawings of a variety of sweets that can be found in Singapore, with the ingredients of each sweet carefully listed in the drawings. A low bench filled with styrofoam beads and these sweets was installed in the middle of the gallery, visitors are able to run their hands through the beads to "lucky dip" for sweets. In addition to this, visitors can also contact the the artist to start an exchange of sweets through mail. The idea behind the work is to examine if/ how culture and taste can be reflected in an exchange of a small sweet.
Monday, January 26, 2004
Talk by Chu Chu Yuan and Jay Koh of IFIMA (International Forum for
InterMedia Art) at Perumal Studio
Topic: IFIMA's work in Myanmar: Networking and Initiatives for
Culture and the Arts (NICA)
Date: Thursday, 29th January, 2004
Time: 7 p.m.
Venue: Perumal Studio, 12A Perumal Road
Nearest train station: Farrer Park (NEL)
Chu Chu Yuan and Jay Koh will give an overview of the arts initiative
that IFIMA has set up in Myanmar, named Networking and Initiatives
for Culture and the Arts (NICA). NICA is an independent non-profit
initiative to facilitate access and exchanges between Myanmar arts
and cultural practitioners with counterparts, organizations and
opportunities outside Myanmar. NICA's programmes include
International Networking & Resource-sharing Programmes, Residency,
Research & Development Programmes, as well as Internship & Training
Programmes. Chu Yuan and Jay will introduce in greater detail the
Open Academy, which is an open platform to facilitate and organize
events for foreign artists/ art groups/ curators, theatre
practitioners, researchers etc. who wish to go into Myanmar to
develop collaborations with local counterparts in a project, in forms
of cultural exchange; or to conduct talks and workshops. The Open
Academy may comprise of short-term residencies, symposiums, talks,
projects and workshops to promote creative exchanges,
collaborations, information and resource-sharing.
for more infor - see - http://www.dangermuseum.com/nica.htm
Heiko & Selina Niedermeyer
As artists and married couple,Heiko and Selina paint joyntly on ONE
canvas in harmony.
Their paintings of their exhibition:"ONE THAT ARE TWO THAT ARE
ONE", are a beautiful reflection of the entire ASCENSION
They mirror The One Life,One Essence, All That Is, which expresses
itself in duality, but being and staying One in its essence,the union
of the male and female principles of ying and yang, of heaven and
Solution, not compromise, in coming to a result is expressed as they
both create fully and freely from their individuality on each piece
without limiting the other.
Web gallery at: www.heikoselina.com