Workshops & Events
Entry Points: Resonance Between Punk and Performance Between the UK and Singapore - Talk by writer-in-residence Stevphen Shukaitis
Entry Points: Resonance Between Punk & Performance Between the UK & Singapore
Talk by writer-in-residence Stevphen Shukaitis
Drawing from the statement in Piyadasa’s 1978 ‘Entry Points’ painting – that art does not exist in time but only has entry points – this talk hopes to explore the resonances between different conceptual and performative responses to particular historical and social situations, and the practices developed to address their constraints.Read More...
This May at Grey Projects, we’re pleased to welcome our writer-in-residence Lucinda Strahan, as well as launch Chun Kai Qun’s solo exhibition ‘Messes and Overcooked Soups’.
Join us on May 27th, 1 to 2pm, for an artist tour by Kai Qun and a talk by Lucinda.Read More...
Imagining Singapore’s Climate Change Dystopia - Talk and workshop by writer-in-residence Stephanie Lai
IMAGINING SINGAPORE’S CLIMATE CHANGE DYSTOPIA: Talk & Workshop by artist-in-residence Stephanie Lai
Join us for a talk and workshop (registration required for workshop) by Stephanie Lai on November 19th, to learn about what Singapore’s climate change dystopia will look like in 100 years. Developed from actual science and using realistic (for now) timelines – it looks like larger underground developments, sand stockpiling, trading in water, political offerings to the ancestors, and Singapore as a Living Laboratory.Read More...
Grey Projects is proud to present the launch of ‘Night of Desirable Objects’ and ‘We Contain Multitudes: Twelve years of SOFTBLOW’ at the Singapore Writers Festival 2016.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...