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Chris Yeo

Chris Yeo

We’re pleased to introduce our participant for this year’s Berlin Studio Residency: Chris Yeo. Screenwriter, film-maker, and independent researcher, Chris has devoted his practice to philosophical themes, particularly eastern and western metaphysics, philological systems, and the translations of theories in art making and spectatorship. Chris sees his screenwriting as a task that requires active participation […]

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Dan Gladden Open Studio

Open Studio by Dan Gladden

Grey Projects is pleased to have with us Dan Gladden, who is here as part of our residency partnership with Artsource. Join us on June 2nd (4-6pm) for the launch of Dan’s Open Studio, where you’ll get to chat with him and see the new works and works-in-progress produced during his residency. The studio will remain […]

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Dan Gladden

Dan Gladden

We’re pleased to welcome Australian artist Dan Gladden, who is here on residency with us, as part of our partnership with Artsource (www.artsource.net.au)! Dan’s art practice has developed as an exploratory combination of painting and drawing, investigating the construction of masculine identity through media representations of the male form and their influence on male sexuality […]

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Tints and Dispositions

Join us at 5pm on 13 Jan for the launch of ‘Tints and Dispositions’, an exhibition catalogue for the synonymous exhibition by Gilles Massot! The launch will be followed by a rooftop screening of Gilles’ short film ‘Singapore from BW to C v.2.0.17’.

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Boring Donkey Songs

Grey Projects is proud to announce the launch of Boring Donkey Songs, a collection of poems and writings by Singapore Cultural Medallion recipient and winner of the Joseph Balestier Award for the Freedom of Art 2016, Lee Wen. Join Lee Wen and us on Dec 2nd (4-6pm) as we celebrate the launch of this long-awaited […]

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In Between Mean Time

In Between Mean Time

Felix will be presenting his research into the central role that the British botanic garden system played in the colonial project. His investigation traces the extraction, propagation and dispersal of plants and plant knowledge throughout the British Empire’s colonial botanical garden network. The research focuses on the narrative and instrumentalisation of Gutta Percha, a resin […]

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Mereka Merdeka

Grey Projects is proud to present the long awaited presentation of Lee Wen’s new works. These drawings and paintings are the culmination of nearly four years of difficult labor in the face of mounting physical challenges. In these recent years, Wen is preoccupied with the precariousness of artistic and social freedom, and the intimate histories […]

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Sewing Workshops with Becca

Join us in November at Grey Projects for three sewing workshops by Becca D’Bus!

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Felix Kalmenson

Felix Kalmenson

Felix is a Russian-born Toronto-based artist, with a practice in installation, video, and performance. During his two-month residency in Singapore, he will be researching on the colonial history of Gutta Percha, a plant that was essential for the manufacturing of submarine telegraph cables, which formed the logistical backbone of the British colonial empire.

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Grey Projects Archifest

Making Shadows and Migrant Art: Two Exhibitions

  Grey Projects is proud to present Making Shadows and Migrant Art, two presentations by Moses Tan and migrant workers working with Transient Workers Count Too (TWC2) and The Select Centre. These exhibitions are a central part of Architecture With/Out Public, a program of exhibitions and public activities created in conjunction with Archifest 2017. The […]

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