Wild Critters

Wild Critters

WHEN
22 – 30 January 2021
VENUE
Gillman Barracks, outdoor locations (go to Google maps)
OPENING HOURS
24 hrs
ADMISSION
Free Admission

Wild Critters

Wild Critters draws on the idea of endangered species. Being a rarity, these creatures are often hidden from sight, hence spotting one leaves most of us in bewilderment.

Five artists and collectives - Tell Your Children, Machineast, SuperCyberTown, ClogTwo and UFHO – each create a fictional endangered critter that lives across five different habitats in the district of Gillman Barracks. Make your way down and interact with them through an Instagram Augmented Reality (AR) filter on your mobile devices. Capture your encounters with these critters and share it on social media!

Check our Wild Critters Artwalk guide here!

Follow @wildcritterssg on Instagram for the latest details.

Image courtesy of Alvin Tan.
Block 37 Malan Road
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NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore, Block 43 Malan Road
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Trinh T. Minh-ha. Films. is the first institutional exhibition of filmmaker, music composer, writer, anthropologist, feminist and postcolonial theorist Trinh T. Minh-ha in Asia, presented in an exhibition space.
Gillman Barracks, Blk 7, #01-13
20 January – 13 February 2021
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Exhibition
Mizuma Gallery, 22 Lock Road #01-34
22 January – 21 February 2021
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