THIRD WAVE (Old)
TWO OUTDOOR ARTWORKS
Transitory Nature of Earthly Joy by Albert Yonathan Setyawan (Indonesia) is located outside Element Art Space, 22 Lock Road #01-35, Singapore 108939 Lock Rd, Singapore 108939
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The Orang's last Stand by Richard Streitmatter-Tran (Vietnam) is located between Block 6 and Block 7 of Gillman Barracks, facing Felipe Pantone's mural, Chromodynamica for Singapore, at Block 7
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2PM - 7PM
MASH-UP will fill the DISINI Pavilion/Nenas Estate with a pop-up shop featuring some of Singapore’s quirkiest creative collectives. MASH-UP will host California Rollin’ and Playhood. Come prepared to get a piece of independent design merchandise and cool Singapore-designed fashion. Be sure to leave space for a delicious snack from Sawadeecup, resident food truck for the day!
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ARTIST CONVERSATION WITH LATIFF MOHIDIN & CURATOR KHAI HORI
3.30PM - 5PM
(1976 – 1980) by LATIFF MOHIDIN,
FROM THE STUDIO SERIES
5PM - 7PM
DISINI will be presenting LANGKAWI (1976 – 1980) an exhibition showcasing a series of works by esteemed Malaysian artist Latiff Mohidin that have not been exhibited for 40 years. The series consists of ‘sculptural paintings’ named after the western Malaysian archipelago of 99 islands around the Straits of Malacca – a region known for its mystical tales and landscapes. Inspired by Latiff’s time in meditation by the seaside, the works symbolically evoke Islamic domes, rafts, shields and secret portals.
THE DEEPEST BLUE curated by RACY LIM & JOELLA KIU
HEAD SPINNING, LOOP CREATING curated by
5PM - 7PM
DISINI will be presenting the two winning proposals from its Breaking Waves open call. An invitation to Singapore-based curators to conceptualise shows on the theme of art and mental health, the open call’s winning proposals were vetted by an international jury of mid-career curators comprising Adriel Luis (Curator of Emerging and Digital Media, Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Centre); Florence Ostende
(Curator, Barbican Centre, London), Eriko Kimura (Curator, Yokohama Museum of Art); Victor Wang (independent curator based in London and Shanghai) and Khairuddin Hori (Artistic Director, DISINI). With the provision of valuable feedback and guidance on professional curatorial practices from the jury, DISINI is pleased to present the two winning exhibitions:
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