Date : Thursday 17 January 2019
PRESENTING THREE EXCITING OPENINGS
Mind(less) Wilderness by Nandita Mukand
17 Jan – 2 Mar 2019 | Miaja Gallery
9 Muthuraman Chetty Road, APS Building, Level 2, 238931
Drawing upon her interest in metaphysics, neuroplasticity, quantum physics and contemporary buddhist texts, Singapore-based artist. Nandita Mukand, often mingles observations of growth and decay in the wilderness with the workings of the urban mind.
6:00pm – 9:00pm | In collaboration with Ikkan Art Gallery & Curator, Tanya Michele Amador
Domestication II by Su-en Wong
17 Jan – 17 Mar 2019 | Art Porters Gallery
64 Spottiswoode Park Road, 088652
Challenging preconceptions of Asian women in Western context, Boston-based Su-en Wong continues to draw in the dialogue of her fascination with personal identity, socio-sexuality, and the construction of culture.
6:30pm – 9:00pm | Guest of honour Mr. Tan Boon Hui (Vice President of Asia Society Museum, New York)
Playing Time & Space
17 Jan – 21 Feb 2019 | Intersections Gallery
34 Kandahar Street, 198892
Wunna Aung, Thu Myat and Kyaw Moe Khine, aka “Bart Was Not Here” are three artists from Myanmar known for their involvement in the Yangon Street Art scene. In this exhibition, their art becomes a machine to travel through time and space in a playful way.
7:00pm – 9:30pm | Sponsored by The RVI Group and Royal Plaza on Scotts Singapore
PROUDLY HOSTED BY THE GALLERIES