17 January – 9 February 2019
Gillman Barracks
Tue–Sat 12pm–7pm
Sun 12pm–4pm
Closed on Mon and PH
Free Admission


Technology is no longer exclusive to scientists, engineers or technologists. It has become an integral part of our everyday lives, and the hurdles to access them have been reduced in part thanks to the DIY maker movement and the rise of the new media art.

Organised and curated by independent art space Supernormal, Adaptations is a group exhibition that focuses on the intersection between art and technology.

Adaptations looks at the challenges and potentials that technology can pose in a social, cultural and artistic landscape. How can artists work with technology in a meaningful and poetic way? The artists presenting in this exhibition come from varied backgrounds with a range of practice such as sound, sculpture and new media. 

Participating artists include Andreas Schlegel, Murasaki Penguin, Ong Kian Peng, Debbie Ding, Melissa Tan, Darren Ng, Jodi Cheung, Adar Ng, Tristan Lim, Eugene Tan, and Lu Huijun.

Opening Reception
17 January, 7pm onwards

Opening Performance by Murasaki Penguins x Ong Kian Peng
17 January, 8.30pm

Motion Theory, Murasaki Penguin in collaboration with Ong Kian Peng, 2017. Image courtesy of Zarch Collaboratives
Art Fairs & Galleries
Richard Koh Fine Art
23 January – 16 February 2019
Haffendi Anuar's Midday Stanza is an immersive installation that incorporates various sculptures and objects and stems from the artist's interest in the landscape and cityscape.