Peripheral Spaces

Peripheral Spaces

WHEN
8 January – 20 February 2022
VENUE
NIE Art Gallery. 1 Nanyang Walk, Singapore 637616 (go to Google maps)
OPENING HOURS
Tuesdays to Sundays. Closed on Public Holidays.
Tuesdays to Fridays 11.30 AM - 5.30 PM
Saturdays and Sundays 11.30 AM - 7 PM
ADMISSION
Free Admission
WEBSITE
https://peripheralspacesexhibition.com/

Peripheral Spaces

Peripheral Spaces is an exhibition consisting of collaborative installations within an indoor venue and a digital component that extends the artistic experience to the surrounding environment outside. The exhibition explores temporality and the semiotic transformations of nature in urban spaces and digital interfaces. As urbanity intensifies, commodified forms of nature such as representations and specified green spaces gain traction, resulting in the blurring of the limits of nature both as concept and physical space. This phenomena can be a rich ground for collaborative artistic production as well as an opportunity to reflect upon exhibitionary practices in the present day. Peripheral Spaces consists of artworks by visual artists Wyn-Lyn Tan and Zen Teh, as well as a digital experience in collaboration with designer Lim Shu Min.

The exhibition is curated by Hera and co-organised by the National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University

List of Artists: Hera (Curator ID/SG), Zen Teh (SG), Wyn-Lyn Tan (SG), Lim Shu Min (SG)

Peripheral Spaces: Artists, Designer and Curator Walkthrough

22 January, 1 PM

Peripheral Spaces explores the temporal and semiotic transformations of nature in urban spaces and digital interfaces. The exhibition presents a hybrid environment—a combination of indoor and outdoor installations by artists Wyn-Lyn Tan and Zen Teh, as well as an online component in collaboration with designer Lim Shu Min that extends upon the exhibited works through paratextual experiences.

Artists, Designer and Curator Walkthrough:
8 January 2022 - 3PM
22 January 2022 - 1PM.

Singapore Botanic Gardens
14 January – 27 February 2022
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