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Stories of a Woman and Her Dowry: Artist Talk by Yanyun Chen

In conjunction with her current exhibition Stories of a Woman and Her Dowry at Grey Projects, Yanyun Chen will be giving an artist talk on 6 April at 3pm.

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Talk by artist-in-residence Nathan Beard

Join us on Nov 22nd at 6.30pm for a talk by our current artist-in-residence Nathan Beard, who is here as part of our residency partnership with Artsource. During his residency at Grey Projects, Nathan has been conducting research that deepens the themes consistently found in his works, notably those related to his cultural heritage. His […]

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Artist Talk & Open Studio

Grey Projects is pleased to have with us Wu Chi-Yu, who is here as part of our residency partnership with Taipei Artist Village. 

Join us on Oct 9th for the launch of Chi-Yu’s Open Studio, where he’ll also be giving a talk about his practice, current project, and the political and societal themes that often drive his works. The studio will remain open for viewing until 20 October 2018. 

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Gender Hierarchy

Gender Hierarchy is a project by Space One (Seoul), in collaboration with Grey Projects (Singapore). Revolving around the theme of gender hierarchy, the project consists of a group exhibition, talks, street art, and a party.

In Partnership With the Goethe-Institut Singapore
With Support From The Council and TUFF CLUB

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SEA-ME-WE 3

Join us on July 14th, 5PM for a talk by our current artist-in-residence, Virgile Fraisse, as he shares about his artistic practice, past works, and his current project SEA-ME-WE 3. SEA-ME-WE 3 is the third instalment of Virgile’s research and film project, SEA-ME-WE. Originally the name for an optical submarine telecommunications cable system carrying telecommunications […]

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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 book!

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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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Sewing Workshops with Becca

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

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Singapore from BW to C v.2.0.17

In November 1985, Gilles Massot presented his first exhibition in Singapore: a series of forty-two black and white painted photographs, set for a one-night-only event in a flatted factory in MacPherson Road. Through animation of still images, computer screen capture, and some live situation shooting in and around the National Library, the 31mn movie presents an overview of the works then exhibited and the places featured in the photographs, along with a commentary narrating the genesis of the work within the context of the emerging contemporary local art scene.

Date/Time: 7 Oct 2017, 8-9pm
Venue: Visitor’s Briefing Room, Lvl 1, National Library Singapore
Admission: Free

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