The majority of Grey Projects’ programming takes the form of curatorial projects output as exhibitions, but we are also interested in publication and view that as an important extension to the way we understand display and distribution of artistic practices. At the same time, we are engaged in an ongoing process of activating and expanding the use of our physical space, supporting exchange through hosting residencies, the use of our library resources, opening our studio space to prospective occupants, and various workshops and events.
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 book!Read More...
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 […]Read More...
Join us in November at Grey Projects for three sewing workshops by Becca D’Bus!Read More...
Please join us for the following artist talks, held in conjunction with ‘Click Candy’, an exhibition by Vanessa Ban:
8 OCT, SATURDAY 3 – 4PM
Artist Talk with Vanessa Ban on ‘Click Candy’ and her art practices
22 OCT, SATURDAY, 3 – 4PM
Overexposed: Vanessa Ban in conversation with psychologist Dr. Kim Lian Rolles-Abraham
An informal discussion over the psychological effects that arise from the prevalence of sexualised images of women on the internet
Join us on October 15th 3-4pm for ‘Don’t Be Rude’, a talk by Grey Projects Young Curators Programme participant Wong Binghao. Bing will be talking about his research project, which explores the extents to which we are expected to demonstrate knowledge, relevance, and political correctness in order to be considered modern, global subjects.Read More...
Current and Recent Programming
Mereka Merdeka - Lee Wen
- 8 November - 6 December 2017 (First instalment: 14 Sep - 5 Oct 2017)
Making Shadows and Migrant Art: Two Exhibitions -
- 7 - 18 October 2017 ('Making Shadows' extended to 4 November 2017)
- 3 October - 30 November 2017
- 28 July - 30 August 2017
Berlin Residency 2018
- apply by 31 July 2017
Studio Residency Programme
Boring Donkey Songs - Book Launch
- 2 December 2017, 4-6pm