Ghost on the Wire Catalogue now online

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You can now browse the Ghost on the Wire catalogue online, including essays and artist images and statements by clicking on the link below:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/s14zreg21stisk5/Ghost%20on%20the%20Wire%20Catalogue.pdf?dl=0

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Opening Night shots (1)

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Images by Camilla Greenwell

Ghost on the Wire Bermondsey Launch – not long now!

ImageIt’s not long to go now! – another ten days. It feels very exciting, and very good. We have finalised the installation plans at Bermondsey Project. It’s been great to meet the artists in the space and to fine-tune with them how best to present their work; Suzanne and I have learned a lot about the intricate logistics of how to create the right circumstances for a dance performance to be woven into into an Opening Night, and how to work happily with silkworms. This is the best part, and makes all the graft worthwhile – talking with other artists, planning a show that the public will find exciting and thought-provoking all at the same time.

The work has begun to arrive; films are being transferred, art has been shipped, equipment ordered, and as I write at least one of the Singaporean  artists, Tania De Rozario is in the skies, flying West. She is hosting Broken Telephone on Saturday June 15, as well as co-installing a piece for the show with UK-based artist Lynn Lu.

ImageWe’ve also taken delivery of the exhibition catalogues, which include, in a great layout by Elizabeth Gan, images and texts by all the 22 artists in the show as well as an introduction, and a wonderful essay by Singapore-Melbourne writer and philosopher Alexandra Serrenti.

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So – we hope you can join us on the 12th, or on any of the show days after that, and we know that we will be presenting an intriguing and unique experience, one that brings together many different art forms and sensibilities from across 7,000 miles.

Suzanne de Emmony and Gavin Maughfling, Co-curators, Ghost on the Wire

 

 

 

 

 

Tania De Rozario with Loo Zihan, the Substation, Singapore

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NAMES, TEXTS AND TROUBLES

A joint exhibiiton by Tania De Rozario and Loo Zihan

Substation Gallery, Singapore

Opening : March 6 2014 at 7.30

Exhibition: March 7 – March 16.

Names, Texts & Trouble is a work-in-progress exhibition featuring projects by Loo Zihan and Tania De Rozario, executed as part of The Substation’s Associate Artist Research Programme.

De Rozario’s project, “Making Trouble”, aims to articulate and document ongoing relationships between visual art and activist intent in post-2000 Singapore.

Loo’s project, “Education & Emancipation”, is the second phase of a two-year research that delves into the periphery events surrounding the Artists’ General Assembly, a week long multi-disciplinary arts event that took place at 5th Passage Contemporary Art Space, Parkway Parade in 1993.

The Substation’s Associate Artist Research Programme (AARP) is a two-year residency programme that aims to support and promote critical research, development and discourse in contemporary art and interdisciplinary practice in Singapore. Throughout the two-year residency, each artist will present performance-lectures, workshops, exhibitions and performances during different stages of their project.

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