Art in the Commons: Data Visualising Jurong

Art in the Commons: Data Visualising Jurong

WHEN
26 November 2021 – 30 January 2022
VENUE
Science Centre Singapore, 15 Science Centre Road, Singapore 609081 (go to Google maps)
OPENING HOURS
Friday – Sunday, School and Public Holidays*
10AM - 1PM
2PM - 5PM
*According to current SMMs for Science Centre Singapore
ADMISSION
Admission Fees Apply
WEBSITE
https://www.singaporeartmuseum.sg/

Art in the Commons: Data Visualising Jurong

Jurong has been an integral part of Singapore’s economic history since the 1960s. The neighbourhood was first developed as an industrial estate, and has since grown into a vibrant hub of industry, commerce and residential units. Today, Jurong looks set to reinvent itself once more through the masterplan for the Jurong Lake District.

In Data Mining Jurong, Singaporean artist Debbie Ding sketches out an alternate reality where Jurong’s past encounters its present, to reflect on what Jurong is, was, and might become. It is presented as part of the inaugural cycle for the Singapore Art Museum’s Art in the Commons: Data Visualing Jurong, a series of community-based, participatory art programmes to uncover community interests within the Jurong district.

Image Credit: Debbie Ding, rendered impressions for Data Mining Jurong
Singapore Botanic Gardens
14 January – 27 February 2022
A sonic project by Sistrum (Ramesh Krishnan, Shu Min Lim and Laura Miotto) Nature remixed: Where are the borders of our paradise? experiments using voices, space, text, and soundscapes to reveal threads that tie us to the plants of SBG.
394 Joo Chiat Pl, Singapore 428078
18 – 23 January 2022
Over the 7 days of Art Week, we have many activities in store such as a ceramics exhibition with over 15 artists’ works on display, clay-making demonstrations, panel discussion, ‘How ceramics is made?’ show and tell exhibition and more.