Cities Change.Print Exhibition & Fundraiser
19–22 January, 12pm–8pm daily
Public Opening: Saturday, 19 January, 4pm–6pm
The Substation’s 2018/19 programme Cities change. People die. Everything you know goes away. was the second chapter of a three-year curatorial direction examining the city, during which The Substation looked at local heritage and how its discourses shape the city through conservation and nostalgia. One of our initiatives was HandJob; part celebration of all things handmade and analogue, part rejection of trendy and over-produced nostalgic branding. The project exposed the grittiness, spontaneity, and sheer splendour of this infinitely adaptable medium.
Eight Associate Printmakers were invited to respond to facets of heritage through the means of printmaking, they included:
Tell Your Children
Sam Lo (SKL0)
The Cities Change.Print Exhibition & Fundraiser presents individual, editioned prints from our eight Associate Printmakers available for purchase.
For those looking for a truly special collector’s item, 10 customised Box Sets featuring all eight Associate Artists’ prints in an archival box, each containing a unique artwork, will be available as well.
Other on-site exhibition features include:
HandJob Printmaking Studio. Helmed by our own Master Printmaker Aliff Osman, guests can screen print their own poster or tote bag.
A Manifesto for the Arts. Written in 2013, A Manifesto for the Arts was an expression by members of the ArtsEngage Community for Singapore. Available for purchase will be poster versions designed by Epigram Books specifically for The Substation’s Cities Change.Print Exhibition & Fundraiser. For more background on the Manifesto click here.
Cities Change. People Die. Everything you know goes away. T-Shirts For those who have been asking about this year’s programme t-shirt, a limited number will be available.
Proceeds from this exhibition support The Substation. Collect some art at truly affordable prices and ensure that unique programmes such as this, can continue.
For Bio information on the Associate Printmakers click here.
Pre-orders with payment will be accepted starting 7 January 2019.
For questions regarding the exhibition or prints contact: firstname.lastname@example.org