In addition to the exhibition in MOCA Taipei, we also participated in the following activities:
What is the Foundation of Social Change? in Howl Space (Tainan), on 3 May, from 3-11pm – We spoke on Artistic Practice in Singapore’s Renaissance and hosted a ghost story telling event.
Dialogue as Method in MOCA Taipei, on 17 May, from 10am-5.30pm – We participated in a dialogue session, with Chen-Wei Lin and Je-Yu Li, entitled The Ethics of Listening to the Deceased: Bukit Brown Cemetery x Liuzhangli Mass Grave.
There’s one more dialogue session coming up on 12 Jun, entitled The Politics of Remembering in Singapore vs The Aesthetics of Oblivion in Taiwan, with Dr Liew Kai Khiun and Fang-Tze Hsu. Do catch it if you can!
Here are some images of our artworks on show in MOCA Taipei:
Bukit Brown Index #108. List of Names of the Deceased to be Exhumed to Make Way for the New 8-Lane Road through Bukit Brown and Seh Ong Cemeteries (Unclaimed Tombs as of 1 March 2013) (detail view)
Bukit Brown Index #109: Brownies at Their Chosen Spots in Bukit Brown
Bukit Brown Index #110: Brownies at Their Chosen Spots in Bukit Brown
Bukit Brown Index #111: Supernatural Map of Bukit Brown
Bukit Brown Index #73: GhostFilesSG: Ghosts of Bukit Brown Cemetery
Bukit Brown Index #112: Bukit Brown Scene 5 (2014)
The exhibition is on till 28 June 2015 and admission is free; so do go to see it if you can!
We were recently in Taiwan for OutPost 89: M.E.L.T.ING Project.
M.E.L.T.ING Project is a one-year conversation and exhibition project, curated by Yves Chun-Ta Chiu. We are showing Bukit Brown Index in the exhibition which is currently taking place in MOCA Taipei (15 May – 28 June). More info on the exhibition here.
Here are some images of us setting up Bukit Brown Index #108. List of Names of the Deceased to be Exhumed to Make Way for the New 8-Lane Road through Bukit Brown and Seh Ong Cemeteries (Unclaimed Tombs as of 1 March 2013):
We would like to thank 邱俊達, 李若玫, 張瓊如, 林老板, 王雪妮, 張懿, 李國豪, 謝靜榆, 黃任斌, 宋哲瑋, 賴士琦, 陳莉婷 for their support and assistance in making the exhibition possible.
Also, special thanks to 蕭麗虹老師 and 竹圍工作室 for the wonderful stay in Taipei, and congrats again on the 20th anniversary of BCS!
After the successful firing of the Thow Kwang dragon kiln in November 2014, we are now presenting the fired works in this exhibition together with some info on the project and our process.
Participants, please come to see the exhibition and collect your works there! Remember to bring your dragon number slip along!
Please note that the opening hours for the exhibition is 1-8pm daily but it is possible to visit at another time if you make an appointment with us at least 1 day in advance via email to awakenthedragonkiln at gmail dot com. If you are coming in a group of more than 10 people, please also make an appointment.
The Awaken the Dragon 2014 Exhibition is the inaugural event at a new space called The Agora. The Agora is a gathering place for like-minded individuals who believe in creating spaces for a more open and inclusive Singapore. Founded by social enterprise The Opinion Collaborative Ltd, it houses members of civil society, media organisations and knowledge partners, including Post-Museum.
Venue location: Blk 28 MidView City #03-142, 18 Sin Ming Lane S573960 (Directions at http://www.midviewcity.com/getting-to-midview-city/)
The exhibition is free and open from 18-26 Apr, 1-8pm. FB: http://www.facebook.com/events/445949405569862/
Singapore Really Really Free Market 35 was held as a part of /*semble*/, an event organised by The Artists Village, in the defunct Tanjong Pagar Railway Station. Among the usual participants, we had a wonderful group of students from Ngee Ann Poly’s Service Learning module who were there to provide some free services. Here are some photos of the event, courtesy of the students:
Come join us tomorrow afternoon (Sat), from 4-8pm, in the defunct Tanjong Pagar Railway Station! We are part of /*semble*/, an event organised by The Artists Village over this weekend.
More info here.
Don’t miss it!
We had a great time doing CultureHackSG 1.0 with our wonderful guests, enthusiastic participants and the lovely people at NUS Baba House from 16-25 Jan. Here are some photos, courtesy of NUS Baba House: