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NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore’s first podcast, AiRCAST transports listeners into the Centre’s Residencies studios nestled at the edge of a lush tropical forest in Gillman Barracks. On this podcast, we broadcast the inner lives of the…

Yinka Shonibare CBE (RA), Wind Sculpture I, 2013, steel armature with hand painted fibreglass resin cast, Mapletree Business City II. Courtesy NTU CCA Singapore.
Our upcoming guided tour is an excellent way to get inspired and unwind in the company of art. Enjoy a well-deserved cup of coffee and snack while we walk you through the artworks nestled in the lush compounds of Mapletree Business City II (MBC…

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NTU CCA Singapore is pleased to present Art, Urban Change, and the Public Sphere, which engages with art in privately owned public spaces through a Public Art Education Summit and research presentation. Taking as its point of departure the…

A Temperature Report: Warm Subtleties in Cold Materiality
Session #1 Lêna Bùi (Vietnam) & Elizabeth Ang (Singapore)Isabel Carvalho (Portugal) & Ang Kia Yee (Singapore)Yuichiro Tamura (Japan) & Ge Xiaocong (Singapore) Thursday, 18 February 2021, 7.00 – 8.30pm Prompted by the impossibility of…

This reading group will be held over three modules with each consisting of two sessions discussing a selection of texts on related topics. Participants are highly encouraged to attend both sessions for each module to ensure continuity and quality of…

As the concluding programme of the exhibition Trinh T. Minh-ha. Films. (17 October 2020 – 28 February 2021) at NTU CCA Singapore, this four-part conference brings together scholars and practitioners across filmic, anthropological and curatorial…

Continuing the research started during her residency at NTU CCA Singapore in 2018, Claudia Losi reflects on Being There. Oltre il giardino (which literally translates from Italian as Being There. Beyond the garden) in the context of her practice.…

Arahmaiani, Monk praying for tree in the Lab Monastery area, 2014. Documentation of work with a community of monks (2010–ongoing). Khamp, Qinghai plateau. Photo: Feri Latief. Courtesy the artist.
Free Jazz III. Sound. Walks.“Song For A Tree” Since the beginning of the birth of creatures on earth – We have lived together We take care of each other And love each other.  – Arahmaiani, 2021  Arahmaiani’s practice is anchored within communities…

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Co-produced by NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore and Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary (TBA21) for st_age, an online platform for new commissions initiated by TBA21 as a response to the Covid-19 crisis. It is a provocation to artists,…

Lee Wen and many artists of his generation were known for using art to question conventions. To get a better understanding of his practice as well as what performance art meant to him and his peers, we will look at material from the Lee Wen Archive —…
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