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Public Resource Centre

The Research programme aims to connect academic research with other forms of knowledge production. The NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore hosts visiting scholars of various disciplines whose research focuses on discourses addressing Singapore and the region. Its current research clusters engage with questions of postcolonial spaces, migration, diaspora, old and new trade routes.

The Public Resource Centre consists of three major platforms: a library specialised in contemporary art with a focus on the Southeast Asian cultures, Artist Resource Platform, and the Video Resource Platform.

The NTU CCA Singapore Artist Resource Platform aims to provide local and visiting curators, scholars and writers, as well as an interested public, a point of entry to contemporary artistic practice. It contains visual material and audio recordings of talks from over 90 local artists, NTU CCA Singapore’s Artists-in-Residence and independent art spaces. The Platform is not to be understood as exhaustive or exclusive, as it will be in constant development to provide a point of departure for a more comprehensive study on the contemporary art ecosystem in Singapore.

The Video Resource Platform presents video documentations of former public events of NTU CCA Singapore. Its public programmes offer an expanded understanding of the complexity and diversity of contemporary art production, and how it intersects with current developments in culture, society, and politics.

NTU CCA Singapore’s Public Resource Centre
Block 6 Lock Road, #01-09
Gillman Barracks

Monday – Friday: 10.00am-6.00pm
(By appointment only)

*Library materials are for in-house consultation only.

Please email to make an appointment.

Video Resource Platform


Artist Resource Platform

*NTU CCA Singapore Artists-in-Residence

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   Artist Resource Platform