GENSET

GENSET

WHEN
17 January – 9 February 2020
VENUE
Gajah Gallery
OPENING HOURS
Mon–Fri 10am–7pm
Sat, Sun and PH 12pm–6pm
ADMISSION
Free Admission
WEBSITE
https://www.gajahgallery.com

GENSET

Gajah Gallery presents GENSET, bringing together multiple generations of artists from Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines and Singapore. Curated by Syed Muhammad Hafiz, GENSET aims to rediscover what sparks artists and their desire to create, exploring the relationship between mentor and mentees, and how one’s art can resonate with and continue to inspire future generations. Exploring the topic of contemporary inspiration, one asks the question: how are artists inspired, and how do they inspire in turn?

Participating artists include Ashley Bickerton (USA/Indonesia), Choong Kam Kow (Malaysia), Erizal As (Indonesia), Fadilah Karim (Malaysia), Hamir Soib (Malaysia), Handiwirman Saputra (Indonesia), Jai Abu Hassan (Malaysia), Jason Lim (Singapore), Jigger Cruz (Philippines), Kayleigh Goh (Malaysia), Khairulddin Wahab (Singapore), Kuat Zhi Hooi (Malaysia), Rudi Mantofani (Indonesia), Sabri Idrus (Malaysia), Samsudin Wahab (Malaysia), Semsar Siahaan (Indonesia), Sulaiman Esa (Indonesia), Suzann Victor (Singapore), Yunizar (Indonesia) and Zul Lee (Malaysia).

Walking Home Through Lighted Stair, Kayleigh Goh, 2018. Image courtesy of Gajah Gallery
Artspace@Helutrans
8 – 19 January 2020
Curated by Syed Muhammad Hafiz, this exhibition features the works of the late Singaporean artist, Jaafar Latiff, who was known for his relentless experimentation with colours and the batik medium.
Tanjong Pagar Distripark
16 January 2020
There's never enough time to see all the art! Check out exhibitions that stay open till late at Tanjong Pagar Distripark for one night only.
Exhibition
Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre
10 – 12 January 2020
Fantastic beings, magic, power and the universe.
Exhibition
Artspace@Helutrans
13 – 19 January 2020
Organised by INSTINC, DE:VOTED is an immersive mash-up of light, sound, performance, and technology by seven local artists and two Japanese artists.