A World at Every Turn

A World at Every Turn

WHEN
14 – 23 January 2022
VENUE
7 Lock Road, Gillman Barracks #01-13, Singapore 108935
OPENING HOURS
12 PM - 7 PM
ADMISSION
Free Admission
WEBSITE
https://agas.org.sg/

A World at Every Turn

A World at Every Turn brings together a selection of artworks from participating members of the Art Galleries Association Singapore. The exhibition’s title parallels the physical experience of encountering these artworks within the space, while espousing the notion of the ‘completeness’ of each work of art in representing the unique perspectives gleaned from being present in the world. With the exhibition, the association reiterates its commitment to championing the promotion of art appreciation in the community, while reflecting the solidarity of AGAS members that dedicate themselves to managing, representing, and presenting their artists to the public here and abroad.
Art Outreach #01-24, 47 Malan Road, Gillman Barracks
14 January – 6 February 2022
IMMEMORIAL is an immersive, interactive, and multi-sensory installation piece that transforms a gallery space in Gillman Barracks into a portal to alternative realities, inviting audiences to step inside and create a part of a new world.
Gillman Barracks, Block 47 Malan Rd, Singapore 109444 & Streaming Live via SAW Digital
22 January 2022
What happens when conditions are not favourable for artistic growth? In this panel, we bring together Alexander Koch and Lim Kok Boon who once practiced as artists. The discussion would look into their journeys as art practitioners to how they navigate the same field today in different modes.
Gillman Barracks, Block 47 Malan Rd, Singapore 109444 & Streaming Live via SAW Digital
22 January 2022
The conditions of inhabiting the future, beyond the blockchain or AI, chance and serendipity instead of disruption, undoing dystopias and proposing better alternatives. Visualising the unexpected that is to come by breaking down concepts of space and geographical time zones.
ShanghART Gallery, 9 Lock Road #02-22 Gillman Barracks
14 January – 13 March 2022
Working with crosses since the late 1980s, the visually striking works of Ding Yi are made using simple compositions and variations of + and x motifs.