Re-written: The World Ahead of Us

Re-written: The World Ahead of Us

WHEN
22 January – 6 June 2021
VENUE
Jurong Lake Gardens (go to Google maps)
Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park (go to Google maps)
Luxus Hill Park (go to Google maps)
Ang Mo Kio Linear Park (go to Google maps)
Punggol Waterway Park (go to Google maps)
Lorong Halus Wetlands (Lorong Halus Bridge) (go to Google maps)
Sengkang Riverside Park (go to Google maps)
Lower Seletar Reservoir Park (go to Google maps)
OPENING HOURS
24 hrs
Phase 1 from 22 Jan, 6 artworks
Phase 2 from 5 Feb, 8 artworks
ADMISSION
Free Admission
WEBSITE
https://publicarttrust.gov.sg

Re-written: The World Ahead of Us

A brand new commission by the Public Art Trust and its most ambitious ever, RE-WRITTEN presents 14 text-based public artworks by Singapore artists, some of which are inspired by local writers and literary works, contemplating the multitude of changes - from the minute to the tremendous - experienced in our daily lives since the onset of COVID-19. Distributed across eight parks spanning east to west, the artworks resemble visual poetry unfurling across the island, awaiting discovery. The physical presentation will also be accompanied by a virtual engagement component, which seeks to offer new entry points in learning about and experiencing public art in a world transformed.

Perception3, This Time, 2021. Image courtesy of the artist.


 

NUS Museum, 56 Kent Ridge Crescent
25 October 2019 – 26 June 2021
tropics, a many (con)sequence locates Kent Chan’s film Seni as the exhibition’s locus, inquiring on the tropical imaginary that continues to frame aesthetics and artistic identities.
The Substation Gallery, 45 Armenian Street
22 – 30 January 2021
Ceramic Expressions is an annual exhibition series showcasing works by Singapore-based ceramicists. The forthcoming edition, the biggest ever, will showcase 25 – 30 works from well-known international and exciting Singaporean ceramicists.
Level 2, Alliance Française de Singapour
14 January – 11 February 2021
Singaporean photographer Melisa Teo looks for the intuitive link between man and nature in her latest book and exhibition Les Arbres de Paris (The Trees of Paris).
ION Orchard, 2 Orchard Turn, #02-16
22 January – 7 February 2021
Opera Gallery Singapore is thrilled to display a selection of unique paintings by visionary artist Tigran Tsitoghdzyan, opening our eyes onto a reflection of a new kind.