The Open Workshop
The Open Workshop

When
3 – 18 January
Venue
Supernormal
Address
Opening Hours
Tue–Fri 11am–7pm
Sat and Sun 12pm–6pm
Closed on Mon
Website
www.facebook.com/supernormal.space
Admission
Free Admission
The Open Workshop references the traditions of process art, where processes in art-making are not hidden but a prominent aspect of the completed work. This will take the form of an exhibition, each work accompanied by a workshop headed by the artist. This format addresses the gap between art and technology where audiences often fail to see the conceptual relevance between art and technology and the social implications surrounding it.

Set against the growing trend of using technology in the arts, the exhibition aims to demystify the role of technology in art-making, providing a lens to reveal the inner workings of this exhibition. Participating artists include Cao Zhiyi, Bani Haykal, Joo Choon Lin, Teow Yue Han, and Denise Yap.

Pink Teeth + Blue Apple + (Yellow Dust), Denise Yap. Image courtesy of the artist

Exhibition
Kancil Menghadap Beringin (The Mousedeer Comes Before the Banyan Tree)

Malay Heritage Centre
11 Oct 2019 – 21 Jun 2020
Kancil Menghadap Beringin (The Mousedeer Comes Before the Banyan Tree)
On the occasion of the Bicentennial, artist Shooshie Sulaiman reimagines two narratives from Malay folklore upon the grounds of the Malay Heritage Centre.
Exhibition
Imaging a Nation: Loke Hong Seng and Post-Independence Singapore

Red Eye Smokehouse
15 Dec 2019 – 28 Jan 2020
Imaging a Nation: Loke Hong Seng and Post-Independence Singapore
Held in collaboration with Red Eye Smokehouse, this exhibition features Loke Hong Seng, one of the pioneers of street photography in Singapore.
Exhibition
TWENTY TWENTY

2 Cavan Road
11 – 27 January
TWENTY TWENTY
TWENTY TWENTY will officially open its doors 10 January 2020 with an opening party hosted by artists x Lo & Behold Group to kick off the first day of Singapore Art Week.
Exhibition
Kami Berlabuh ke Garis Magenta (We Docked by the Magenta Line)

Gedung Kuning
11 Oct 2019 – 21 Jun 2020
Kami Berlabuh ke Garis Magenta (We Docked by the Magenta Line)
In this installation, artist Fyerool Darma will create a shophouse display in the heart of Kampong Gelam that reflects upon these place histories, in light of the district’s evolving identity as a site for tourism and heritage.