Deep Field Cinema

Deep Field Cinema

28 – 30 January 2021
28, 29 January, 7:30pm – 9:30pm
30 January, 4:30pm – 9:30pm
Free Admission

Deep Field Cinema

Deep Field Cinema looks into the present and future conditions of image-making and image-discovering. It investigates where media and technology can take us, particularly in the current global situation of remote working, living and surviving, as well as digitally connecting with each other across geo-political and socio-political spectrums.

This collaboration with Interdisciplinary Art Festival Tokyo (IAFT) across three nights will search for the elixir medium that can be as good as the real thing. It demands for the best and most intimate form of moving images and viewing experience, transcending between reality and fiction through screens, sounds and spaces.

The livestream will be available for viewing on INTER-MISSION's YouTube channel here

Sung Nam Han, The Shipyard, 2019. Image courtesy of the artist.

Screening (Toh Hun Ping)

28 January 2021, 7:30pm – 8:15pm

Audiovisual Performance (Sung Nam Han)

28 January 2021, 8:30pm – 9:30pm

Screening (Chong Lii)

29 January 2021, 7:30pm – 8:15pm

Audiovisual Performance (Rafaël)

29 January 2021, 8:30pm – 9:30pm

Keynote Presentation by Dr Tan Kai Syng

30 January 2021, 4:30pm – 5pm

'What could 2050 look like? An artful, agile and atypical vision amid and beyond the pandemic'
This new performance-lecture introduces the creative tactic of ‘artful leadership’, and invites us to imagine more inclusive and creative ways of working, organising and being, beyond the pandemic in Industry 4.0.

Roundtable Discussion with all artists, moderated by INTER–MISSION

30 January 2021, 5pm – 6:30pm

Screening (Jake Tan & Ernest Wu, Cecile Chagnaud)

30 January 2021, 7:30pm – 8:15pm 

Audiovisual Performance (Tasman Richardson)

30 January 2021, 8:30pm – 9:30pm

28 January 2021
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22 – 31 January 2021
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22 January – 31 December 2021
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