GOTW#2 Night Festival Lates

On Friday August 19 and Saturday August 20, GOTW#2 co-incided with the 2016 Night Festival and with related events held in the  Objectifs courtyard. The exhibition remained open late on both nights and attracted huge crowds.

Alexandra Serrenti captured these audience responses.

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GOTW#2 Close-ups

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IMG_3423Gavin Maughfling, Andy Lacey

GOTW#2 Opening Night Shots (2)

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GOTW#2 Opening Night Shots (1)

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Ghost on the Wire #2

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 Image: Anne Robinson
Eighteen artists from Singapore and the United Kingdom will be shown at Ghost on the Wire #2, curated by UK-based curatorial partnership, DEM Projects (Gavin Maughfling and Suzanne De Emmony). The show runs from 18 August to 4 September 2016 at the Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film in Singapore. It builds on DEM Projects’ earlier successful exhibition at the Bermondsey Project Space in London in 2014, and introduces many of the works first seen in London to Singapore, alongside new works created especially for the Singapore show, as well as pieces by artists not previously shown in Bermondsey.