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Workshop: “Bridge” as a Metaphor for Connectivity and Dis-connectivity by artists Chiew Sien Kuan and Joey.Spl

14 Sep 2019, Sat 03:00 PM - 06:00 PM
The Seminar Room, Block 43 Malan Road

Registration required via Peatix:

Fee: $12


In this workshop, you will have hands-on experience in making simple light circuits and building small wood assemblage bridges. Through these works, you will create a narrative of bridging a connection and learn simple lighting mechanisms to emphasise the idea of connectivity and dis-connectivity.



Chiew Sien Kuan‘s (Singapore) work is preoccupied with issues of environmentalism, renewal, loss of urban spaces, economic progress, and technological development that have inevitably influenced and changed people’s sense of reality. 

Joey.Spl (Singapore) is an artist who creates interactive installations about mindful awareness as inquiry towards an optimal sense of self. Her works combine whimsical ephemerality with sensibility of electronical mechanisms. She has been preoccupied with and compassed by the research and development of the Mind-Brain-Body interaction throughout her practice.


Image: Chiew Sien Kuan, The Hiding Place, 2019, mixed media, Woodlands Waterfront Park. Courtesy the artist.