Visual Arts at Esplanade

Visual Arts at Esplanade

14 January – 1 May 2022
Jendela (Visual Arts Space), Esplanade Concourse, Esplanade Tunnel, Esplanade Community Wall (go to Google maps)
Esplanade Tunnel, Community Wall and Concourse: All day / Jendela (Visual Arts Space): Mon–Fri 11am–8.30pm

Sat, Sun and PH 10am–8.30pm
Free Admission

Visual Arts at Esplanade

In four exhibitions around Esplanade's visual arts spaces, view newly commissioned, site-specific works by artists, each exploring long-term research interests or engagements with form and medium.

At Jendela (Visual Arts Space), Han Sai Por fills the space with her distinctive fluid and organic forms, drawn from the tropical forests of Southeast Asia. Microorganisms Landscape captures the impact of human activity on our environment.

Unfolding across the Esplanade Tunnel, Boedi Widjaja expands upon his preoccupation with the world of wuxia through Jin Yong’s novel《侠客行》(Ode to Gallantry).Widjaja’s titular Kang Ouw 《侠客行 》merges his drawings of wuxia with a system of architectonic, numeral script that encodes the artist’s multicultural imagination.

With a practice that intersects artmaking and archaeology, d3ar succ3ss0r by Fazleen Karlan at the Community Wall excavates debris of our present accumulated in stratigraphic layers over time, and posits a speculative examination of remnants from our present by individuals from the future.

Sender of Wishes by Gatot Indrajati at the Esplanade Concourse draws upon motifs characteristic of the artist’s works. The installation is conceived as a cityscape with inhabitant toy figures and captures the ways individuals are an agent of hope in light of the pandemic.

Image courtesy of Boedi Widjaja, Kang Ouw《侠客行》
Esplanade Forecourt
15 – 22 January 2022
La Tristesse Opera presents North-South Line, a performance art event.
34B North Canal Road, Singapore 059290
14 January – 28 February 2022
The Hues of Nature focuses on the complexities and beauty of nature-inspired abstract art. It showcases artists and their attempts to depict nature in the form of colours, shapes and texture
ArtScience Museum
14 – 21 January 2022
Immerse yourself in a world of art, science, magic and metaphor through a collection of digital interactive installation.
13 January – 28 February 2022
Song Nian’s photographic series As They Grow Older and Wiser observes the beauty and artifice of human-controlled landscapes, heightening our sensation and appreciation of the PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay's distinctive biophilic design.