A must-visit event in Singapore Art Week – an annual celebration of visual arts, Art After Dark hosts a variety of fun and intriguing performances, outdoor exhibitions, programmes, and more.
26 January 2018
Text by Louisa Clare Lim
Those who love art, don’t forget to check out Art After Dark at Gillman Barracks! Closing Singapore Art Week, a 12-day celebration of the visual arts held across Singapore, Art After Dark is an exciting evening of art activities and programmes, from live performances to precinct-wide public artworks.
Some of the highlights to look forward to:
Sea State 9: Proclamation, Charles Lim, 2017 – Image courtesy of Charles Lim and Future Perfect, Singapore
#1 Sea State 9: Proclamation
An exhibition featuring new works from Charles Lim’s Sea Sate project.
Transaction of Hollows, Melati Suryodarmo, 2016 – Image courtesy of Melati Suryodarmo and Shangh Art Singapore
#2 Transaction of Hollows
A live performance by Indonesian artist Melati Suryodarmo.
Endgame, Nabilah Nordin, 2015 – Image courtesy of Christo Crocker and Disini
#3 The inaugural Disini visual arts festival
Disini is a site-specific visual arts festival, comprising a series of public programmes, outdoor artworks and exhibitions by local, regional and international artists. Festival highlights include outdoor artworks located across Gillman Barracks, an artist-designed pavilion which will house exciting programmes for the public, and curated showcases.
Disini runs till 30 September 2018; more information at www.disini.art
Art After Dark x Singapore Art Week 2018
Date: Friday 26 January 2018
Time: 7pm till late
Location: Gillman Barracks, 9 Lock Road, Singapore 108937
For more information about Art After Dark, visit www.gillmanbarracks.com
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