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Working at the intersection of film, sound, theatre, and installation and often through collaborative projects, the sonic and spatial experiments of Tini Aliman (b. 1980, Singapore) focus on forest networks, plant consciousness, bioacoustics, and data translations via biodata sonification. Her recent projects and collaborations have been presented at Free Jazz III: Sound. Walks. NTU CCA Singapore (2021); An Exercise of Meaning in a Glitch Season, National Gallery Singapore (2020); Sound Kite Orchestra, Biennale Urbana, Venice, Italy and Stories We Tell to Scare Ourselves With, Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei, Taiwan (both 2019).
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“Tini Aliman,” NTU CCA Singapore Digital Archive, accessed December 9, 2022, https://ntuccasingapore.omeka.net/items/show/2711.
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|This Item||Is Part Of||Item: Carte Blanche #2: Tini Aliman, Cheryl Ong, The Analog Girl, and Vivian Wang|
|This Item||Is Part Of||Item: Carte Blanche #3: Tini Aliman, Dharma, Sudarshan Chandra Kumar, Cheryl Ong, Zai Tang, Wu Jun Han, and Yuen Chee Wai|
|This Item||Is Part Of||Item: Lecture Performance: Flowers from our Bloodlines by artist Zarina Muhammad (Singapore) in collaboration with choreographer Stefania Rossetti (Italy/France/Indonesia), featuring Vivian Wang (Singapore), artist Eric Lee (Malaysia), and sound artist Tini Aliman (Singapore)|
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