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Things to do in Singapore this weekend: Cool events and activities to include in your calendar — Singapore Art Week edition

Things to do in Singapore this weekend: Cool events and activities to include in your calendar — Singapore Art Week edition

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Text: Isabel Joy Kua

Editor: Aravin Sandran


Image: Singapore Art Museum

FILM | State of Motion 2019: Fear of Monsters
From the vampiric Pontianak of Malay mythology to the Nang Tani of Thai folklore, spooky tales have thrilled and transcended generations. For almost a whole month, the Asian Film Archive presents a film history exhibition that retraces Asian horror and the monsters that have terrorised the silver screen since the 1920s. Held at Kampong Bugis, go on interactive guided night tours that were developed in partnership with visual and performance artist ila that will surely send chills down your spine.

 

ART | S.E.A. Focus
With the sole vision of championing Southeast Asian modern and contemporary art, the inaugural edition of S.E.A. Focus revolves around a pop-up boutique art fair at the Gillman Barracks that will feature more than 25 local and regional galleries. There's also a pretty impressive line-up of panel discussions on art patronage, collecting and diversity with notable figures such as Chinese collector Lu Xun and Museum MACAN's director Aaron Seeto.

 

SHOPPING | Community Art Market by The Local People X Singapore Art Museum
This weekend #supportlocal by browsing exquisitely handmade items such as home décor and crafts at the Singapore Art Museum. There will be live music performances by budding local artistes including Vivien Yap, to complement the shopping experience.Things to do in Singapore this weekend: Cool events and activities to include in your calendar — Singapore Art Week edition (фото 1)

PARTY | A Proof of Werk
Get your groove on at a one-night-only gig at tech haven Sim Lim Square, hosted by underground DJ duo Horizon99 and in collaboration with biannual publication and online gallery so-far as well as art collective Inter-Mission's Sim Lim Square Art Residency. Entry is free and it's BYOB so get your freak on this Sunday night!

 

ART | Adaptations
Organised by indie art space Supernormal, 'Adaptations' investigates the intersection between art and technology. Check out multimedia artworks by local artists such as Debbie Ding and Melissa Tan who have explored technology as an artistic medium to varying degrees from implementing artificial intelligence to utilising low-tech mechanical devices.

 

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