Routine as Repertoire by Sit Weng San

Routine as Repertoire by Sit Weng San

22 January – 31 December 2021
Free Admission

Routine as Repertoire by Sit Weng San

Routine as Repertoire is an online exhibition that uses photography and videos to explore routines that women and non-binary folks incorporate into our lives as our bodies go through transformations or challenges. Individuals share their diverse routines; from taking medication, to the cleaning of wheelchairs, meditation, exercises, community building, and so on. Through the sharing of routines, perhaps experiences such as illnesses, disabilities, aging, motherhood, and gender transitioning, can be viewed beyond the tragic or heroic polarities, and these experiences may exist and be represented in all their complexities.

This project was supported by the National Arts Council's Digital Presentation Grant.

Image courtesy of Sit Weng San.

Routine as Repertoire: Reflections on the Personal in the Public

30 January 2021, 11am – 12pm, Online via Zoom

What does it mean to share our routines in public, especially when they reflect intimate moments of vulnerability, tedium, resilience, and fear?

Join the discussion with Vanessa Cruz, Wendy Kuah, Pika Sen, Vivian Stancil, Susan Trachman and the artist behind Routine as RepertoireWeng San Sit.


21 January – 28 February 2021
If Forests Talk seeks to paint the tropical rainforests in a different light through a series of new artworks reflecting upon the artists’ existing artworks, wherein the rainforest featured prominently. Taking the form of videos and audio pieces, the rainforest re-emerges as the site for tradition, knowledge, temporary communities and and choreography.
Various Locations
19 – 30 January 2021
Turning travel and border restrictions on its head, the 4th IMPART Collectors’ Show brings to online audiences what is impossible to bring in person, drawing together rare footage of remarkable installations that are site-specifically embedded in private collector’s homes.
1 December 2020 – 31 January 2021
Under the Skin showcases the experimental practices of George Chua, Nina Djekicì, and Noor Effendy Ibrahim, three artists who engage with sound, bodily movements, and performance to examine contemporary body and identity politics.
Tours & Trails
22 – 30 January 2021
Raring to visit Singapore Art Week (SAW) 2021 projects but not in town or short on time? Join Art & Market on their See-SAW virtual trails with hosts Kelly Limerick, Ben Hampe and Audrey Lim over lunch on 28 and 29 January. See-SAW is organised in partnership with Singapore Art Week 2021 (SAW).