august, 2017

4aug - 4sepaug 411:00 amsep 4Tang Da Wu: Hak Tai’s Bow and Brother’s Pool; Our Children 唐大雾作品双展: 《学大弓和麦脑池》以及《我们的孩子》11:00 am - (september 4) 7:00 pm 80 Bencoolen Street, Singapore 189655

Event Details

Following on from an exhibition on the ‘First Arts Council’ (2011), and the more recent exhibition ‘Situationist Bon Gun’ in 2013, this double bill exhibition will assemble several installations as critical gestures toward contextual art making through the generations.

The first exhibition will feature two large installations titled: ‘Hak Tai’s Bow’ and ‘Brother’s Pool’. An homage to pioneering art principals, Lim Hak Tai and Brother Joseph McNally, the works are more than reflection or portrait. The installation provides an intriguing analogy with which we might evaluate both our ways of seeing and making, as receivers and art makers through generations.

The second ‘Our Children’ is a showcase of works that illustrate Da Wu’s teaching experiences, comprising mostly installation pieces. A customised scaffolding of six metres across will be constructed to facilitate performances by Station House da Opera and interactive dialogues for the exhibition. This second showcase will be accompanied by the Institute of Southeast Asian Arts’ fourth instalment of the Southeast Asian Art Clinic in collaboration with the School of Art & Design (SOAD).

This session endeavours to stimulate dialogue from Da Wu and other practitioners in the field, situating their practices against historical and political landscapes of their time while investigating the agency of an artist. Student presenters from SOAD will in turn challenge themselves and analyse the artist’s installations through expression, language and form.

In conjunction with this exhibition, there will be an instalment of an ongoing Art Teachers’ Seminar that has evolved through a series of dialogues since 2000, when the artist first joined the National Institute of Education (NIE).

There will also be a series of workshops and talks by the artist on how an artist works and thinks. Sessions can be arranged upon request. Please contact artgalleries@nafa.edu.sg.

Art Clinic IV
Wednesday 13 September 2017, 4 – 6pm

唐大雾继《龙婆缝衣》(2011)和《二十年目睹现象》(2013)这两项个展之后,即将在是次双展呈献若干装置艺术力作,借此让不同世代对情境艺术创作表现进行思辨。

第一项展览通过大型装置艺术作品 –《学大弓》和《麦脑池》向两位艺术学院创校校长林学大和麦纳利修士致敬。两件创作既非纯粹的映像或肖像,而是为我们提供一场精彩的艺术类比,让不同世代能思索如何以艺术受众的身份去看待艺术、亦以创作者的角色去创造艺术。

第二项展览取名《我们的孩子》,藉由装置艺术作品的展示,披露艺术家的教学经历。展厅内将搭建特别设计的六米长支架,作为塔生毫大歌剧的表演空间和针对展览进行交流对话的平台。与此同时,东南亚艺术学院也将在会场上举办第四次东南亚艺术论坛,邀请唐大雾和其他艺术工作者展开交流对话,在将艺术创作置于其所属时代的历史和政治情境当中之余,探讨艺术家所扮演的角色。另外,来自艺术与设计系的学生代表将自我挑战,通过表达、语言和形式对艺术家的装置艺术作品进行分析。

配合展览所举办的另一个项目是美术老师研讨会。由当初的一系列对话演变成今日规模的美术老师研讨会始于2000年,即唐大雾进入新加坡国立教育学院的同一年。

唐大雾也将主持一系列工作坊和讲座,介绍艺术家的工作和思维模式。欲知更多详情或希望预约活动时间者,欢迎与本院联系, 电邮:artgalleries@nafa.edu.sg

Ticket Price: Free Admission; Closed every Mon and PH. Open on 4 September 2017.

Time

August 4 (Friday) 11:00 am - September 4 (Monday) 7:00 pm

Location

NAFA Campus 1, The Ngee Ann Kongsi Galleries 1 & 2

80 Bencoolen Street, Singapore 189655

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