5 things to do this weekend: 11 - 13 November
FILM | Singapore Eco Film Festival
Reeling movies to toast a greener future, Singapore Eco Film Festival screens films to make a move towards sustainability, from redefining the notion of wealth and success in Minimalism to uncovering what’s beneath the ocean plastic waste in the 96.5 Percent session.
11-13 November, 10.30am-7pm at ArtScience Museum. For more information, click here.
ART | Eden
For photographer Melisa Teo, her camera plays the role of her ‘third eye’, one that sees as the heart does. Armed with this visual take, Teo explores the depths of existentialism and seeks the answer to our place in the universe with self-portraits and images evoking the Garden of Eden.
Opens today till 27 November, 11am-7pm at SHOPHOUSE5, The Lorong 24A Shophouse Series. For more information, click here.
MUSIC | Solomun at Zouk
“People have emotions,” German DJ Solomun once mused, “So why not on a dance floor?” With a style that blends energy and emotion into reverberating deep house beats, the beloved musical renegade makes a pit stop at Zouk to spin original hit tracks such as Friends and Fantazija.
11 November, 11pm-1am at Zouk. For more information, click here.
ART | Art Day Out! at Gillman Barracks: Year End Edition
Back in time to end the year on a cultured note, Art Day Out has something for everyone. Singapore Biennale’s Affiliate Project, ArteFact: Unearthing Relics of the Future, makes its debut with a musical performance and two workshops led by artist Francis Ng. Other family-friendly thrills held within the precinct include a tote bag printing workshop, open artist studios, curator-led tours, and a slew of great grub from seven eateries.
12 November, 2-7pm at Gillman Barracks. For more information, click here.
THEATRE | Cache
This collaborative double bill between writers and musicians touches on the significance of a treasured memory from the past. Poet Jennifer Anne Champion teams up with dream-pop act enec.e in The Room of Our Forgetting, while Warkah Kepada Diriku 与己诀别书 (Farewell to Myself) has Chinese poet Tan Chee Lay and Malay sci-fi writer Hassan Hasaa’Ree Ali join music’s experimental trio, SA (仨).
12 November, 8-9pm at Esplanade, Theatres on the Bay, Recital Studio. For more information, click here.
- Image: Facebook | Singapore Eco Film Festival, Facebook | Wowwowwow, Melisa Teo: Genesis (2016), Facebook | Jennifer Anne Champion, Facebook | Solomun
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