For the upcoming Art After Dark at Gillman Barracks on Friday, 21 September, NTU CCA Singapore will present an exciting lineup of events that marks the start of the Centre’s 5th Anniversary Celebration, including the opening of Stagings. Soundings. Readings. Free Jazz II, Residencies OPEN, and Lepak Readings.
7.00 – 11.00pm
Block 43 Malan Road and various locations in Gillman Barracks
With performative situations:
Heman Chong, A Short Story About Geometry, 2009, durational performance involving a short story (prior registration is required for the first slot on Saturday, 22 September; please email NTUCCAevents@ntu.edu.sg)
Maria Loboda, This Work is Dedicated to an Emperor, 2012–ongoing, installation with 10 Podocarpus trees.
7.00 – 11.00pm
Blocks 37 & 38 Malan Road
Come meet our Artists-in-Residence in their studios!
Takuji Kogo (Japan) – Block 37 #01-01
Luca Lum (Singapore) – Block 37 #01-03
Falke Pisano (Netherlands) – Block 37 #01-06
Zai Tang (Singapore) – Block 37 #01-04
Susie Wong (Singapore) – Block 38 #01-07
Wu Mali (Taiwan) – Block 38 #01-05
8.00 – 10.00pm
The Lab, Block 43 Malan Road
This special edition of Lepak Readings presents five musicians–and also frequent visitors of Independent Archive–improvising solo and together. Between them, their music spans across different genres, from electronic and experimental music to folk, blues, and rock. The musicians bring to NTU CCA Singapore the improvisations and jamming sessions that spontaneously erupt at Independent Archive.
Image credit: Studio of Carlos Casas during Art After Dark x Singapore Art Week, January 2018.