Learn to Fail at ArtScience Museum

From the 27th of June to the 2nd of July 2017, and part of the Microbites of Innovation, a strange lab setup was installed at the top floor of the ArtScience Museum Titled “Learn to Fail”, the exhibition promised to include “Participative Failure” as a medium. It meant that the exhibition (hidden behind the black … Continue reading

Charity: the Wild Plants Chair

The chair is overgrown by too much nature: plants grow naturally to create a beautiful environment; similarly, our bodies result from exquisite development of different parts. However, when cells grow with too much enthusiasm, they can create havoc, the harmony is disrupted, in the same way that weeds can overgrow any landscape. In the making … Continue reading

Hands on Lenses – a curatorial debut at the ArtScience Museum Singapore

I am happy to announce the Hands on Lenses exhibition at the ArtScience exhibition, curated by myself, and with most pieces fabricated by myself too. “Have you ever observed the world upside down through a droplet of water? You were looking through nature’s own lens. Have you ever notice the bright spots under a thick … Continue reading

A visit to Cambridge

Strange things happen in the labs in Cabridge...

If you are interested, as I am, in the way science really gets done, then a visit to Cambridge (UK) is a must. I have been lucky enough to be welcome into the labs of Bill Harris and Christine Holt to take a glimpse at how is science is being made there, and especially at what … Continue reading

Same pursuit, new projects…

Having won first prize at the  French Singapore New Generation Artists 2011 , I now have to come up with the goods for a large SOLO Exhibition at the Alliance Française in March 2012. So, here are some of the on-going projects that will lead to this exhibition: Scientist-led discussions on their production of leftovers. I am … Continue reading

September Too

Sunday night was a night I won’t forget soon. All the artists gave their best, the musicians too. And the guests… in case you didn’t realise, dear guests and audience, the whole evening was actually a performance, and YOU were part of it. So, thank you for taking on your respective roles. For those who … Continue reading

September

Seletar Arts Festival This September, let’s celebrate all the best that Seletar has to offer: great atmosphere, great inspiration, great artists and great public. For one evening, we bring you Art, Photography and Flamenco inspired by Seletar. Come and meet the artists – one night only! Featuring: Flamenco artists including Antonio Vargas (Guitar and Dance), … Continue reading