Kuti Kuti?

Kuti Kuti?

6 January – 6 February 2023
Radin Mas CC (go to Google maps)
Free Admission

Kuti Kuti?

Kuti Kuti? is an intergenerational community art project that reimagines our old-school game into an interactive, life-sized soft sculpture playground through co-creation. The project celebrates the joyful instinct of analogue play and storytelling to connect people from different walks of life in the digital age. Kuti Kuti is a traditional children's game in which two competing players are challenged to flip tokens on top of their opponent's. Turning competition into connection, Kuti Kuti? Maker Lab hosts public participatory workshops for the community to conceptualise, collaborate and co-create a series of life-size Kuti Kuti soft sculptures together.

This interactive installation presents a soft sculpture playground co-created with the public community. How and what we play with reflects our stories and how we might adapt to the world around us. In this collaborative artwork, each ‘Kuti Kuti’ is a personal emblem of play to the individual contributing participants from Kuti Kuti? Maker Lab, ranging from aged 1 year old to 82 years old.

Join us to co-create your Kuti Kuti at our Maker Lab, or come play with our interactive art installation at our Kuti Kuti? Playground Exhibition. Come flip a ‘Kuti Kuti’, discover the birth stories of each ‘Kuti Kuti’ or invent your own rules to play!

Credits: Kuti Kuti? Illustration Design by Aaron Lim & Quek Jia Qi, 2022

Artists: Quek Jia Qi, Aaron Lim
This collaborative artwork is made possible with our supporting Artist Facilitators: Elizabeth Khong, Catherine Hu and Chin Yuqin, with all enthusiastic participants of the Kuti Kuti? Maker Lab, and Radin Mas Community Arts and Culture Club.

Co-created by: Gerald Tang, Mitchelle Lee, Kong Mei Lian, Quek Cheng Chye, Cheong Yit Ngo, Matilda Aquila Chia, Jason Lee, Mary Chua, Ju Mui Cu, Linda Lim, Chan Moh Lin, Isaiah Cheng, Arabelle Zhuang, Li Lin Tan, Jonathan Lim, William Ng, Esther Quek, Joseph, Shela Yeo, Marvin Woo, Deon Woo, Kella Woo, Kaiser Woo, Lam Kwan Hang, Yew Sok Yee, Lam Yan Yan, Jeanali, Lia Ngeow, Wildy Candra, Clarissa Weasley, Sofia, Wu Jiezhen, Lim Pau Lin, Wu Dah Wei David, Juniper Joy Wu-Kong, Karen Foo, A Pinoit, Angelina, Angela

Kuti Kuti? Maker Lab

10 Dec 2022, Saturday
10am - 1pm
2pm - 5pm 

11 Dec 2022, Sunday
10am - 1pm
2pm - 5pm 

Location: Bukit Merah CC
Register for the workshop here: https://go.gov.sg/kutikuti-workshop

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