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13 Dec 2014, Sat 3:00pm - 4:30pmBlock 43 Malan Road Seminar RoomYang Fudong, a leading international figure of contemporary art and one the most important artists to emerge out of China in the 1990s, staged his first major solo exhibition in…

28 Oct 2017, Sat On the occasion of the exhibition Ghost and Spectres – Shadows of History curated by Professor Ute Meta Bauer and Khim Ong, and the 4th anniversary of NTU CCA Singapore 10.00 – 10.10am Welcome address by Ute Meta Bauer, Founding…

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Trinh T Minh-ha interview.pdf
NTU CCA Singapore is proud to have co-commissioned the winning film ’What about China’ for the solo show “Trinh T. Minh-ha. Films” (October 2020 - February 2021), our last exhibition in Block 43. Shot in southern and eastern China in the early 1990s,…

15 Dec 2017, Fri 07:30 PM - 08:30 PMThe audience will meet the curator of The Oceanic Professor Ute Meta Bauer, in an open Q&A session in conversation with contributing sound artist PerMagnus Lindborg. The tour includes a “sound walk” through the…

With over 600 species, rattan is astonishingly diverse with its main centre of distribution in Southeast Asia and the Malay Archipelago. Uses of the plants range from medicine to cigarette papers, from basket weaving to cane furniture. Leading rattan…

Sopheap Pich, whose work is among those featured in Trees of Life – Knowledge in Material, started working with natural materials, such as bamboo, rattan, burlap, beeswax, and earth pigments, in the early 2000s to create sculptural objects informed…

Silk, known as the “Queen of Fibres” as it is strong, fine, and highly lustrous, is made from silkworm cocoons through a sericulture process. The triangular cross section with round edges of the silk fibre reflects light like a prism, making silk…

Tomas Saraceno_Exhibition Guide.pdf
Tomás Saraceno: Arachnid Orchestra. Jam Sessions Exhibition Guide

NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore; Tomás Saraceno, Arachnid Orchestra. Jam Sessions, 23 October – 20 December 2015, Installation view: Tomás Saraceno, Hybrid Musical instrument Cygnus A: built by a solitary spider Nephila kenianensis and two semi-social spiders Cyrtophora citricola (2014). Spidersilk, carbon fibre, and glass.
NTU CCA Singapore is pleased to present the pioneering and visionary work of artist Tomás Saraceno for the first time in Southeast Asia. Situated at the intersection between art, architecture and science, Saraceno’s artistic practice is an…
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