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Thursday 22 to Sunday 2 May
Closed on 1 May
The Substation Gallery

Gallery hours: 12 noon to 9pm daily (closed on public holidays)
Venue Supported By The Substation

Music by Charles Wong
Video created by Ang Lee Ming

Details

Li Cassidy-Peet: Drawings, Sculptures & Installations

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Closing party! Saturday 6 March from 6:30pm
Everyone welcome tp come and chat with Li and have a glass of wine!

Wednesday 10 February to Sunday 7 March
The Substation Gallery
Presented by The Substation. Supported by Grey Projects. Curated by Jason Wee

Details

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Floppy

2An exhibition by Natalya Hughes

Tues 26 January to Thurs 4 February 2010
The Substation Gallery
Opening hours: 11am-8pm daily, closed on public holidays
Free Admission

Opening reception: 26 January, 6:30pm
Part of the Women in Arts Festival 2010 Details

Latitudes in Transit – part of the Women in Arts Festival 2010

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Part of the Women in Arts Festival 2010
Thursday 7th January to Thursday 21st January
The Substation Gallery

Co-organised by: Singapore Council of Women’s Organisations (SCWO) and The Substation, in Partnership with the Embassy of Mexico. Pictured: “Retrato como un desierto” 155 x 204 cm by Magali Lara.

“Latitudes in Transit” celebrates the diverse expressions of womanhood. All the artists live their own realities and face and process them through art. The 15 pieces by female artists from Mexico will feature realism, abstract and other forms of paintings. Details

R.i.t.e.s. – Rooted In The Ephemeral Speak

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CANCELLED!

Unfortunately this event has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.


Featuring work by Lim Shengen, Maxine Chionh, Patricia Ho, Teow Yue Han 
The Substation Gallery
Curated by Urich Lau. Supported by The Substation

Presenting works by 4 artists who use video, projection, installation, interaction and performance, in assimilatory strategies on time, the spatial, physical and visual interplay. The artists demonstrate elements of intent and accident in the momentous and the fleeting with electronics, gadgets and time-based media. Details

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Open Call- CLOSED

Dear artists,

Thank you so much for the overwhelming response to our annual Open Call.
We hope to announce the selected proposal by the end of February.

Stay tuned!




Do Androids dream of electric Sheep?

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A series of artworks inspired by Bladerunner.
Thurday 26 to Monday 30 November
The Substation Gallery
Opening hours: 11am to 8pm daily

See how 20 Singapore artists have been inspired by the movie Bladerunner. The seminal movie has inspired and influenced artists since its release in 1982 and continues to be a classic cult film crossing several genres. Witness some of these inspirations in various mixed media, ranging from 2-D to 3-D artworks all created for this specific showcase. Artworks that will be available include limited edition Jewellery pieces and Design objects from Singapore’s most exciting new wave of underground and emerging artists.

The Substation co-presents

Together Again Wood: Cut (Part II)

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Thursday 5 to Sunday 22 November
The Substation Gallery
Opening Hours: 11am to 8pm daily

Artist Talk: Saturday 21 November, 4.30pm

Free Admission

The Migrant Ecologies Project embraces concerned explorers, curious collectors, daughters of woodcutters, miners of memories and art by nature. The project evolves through and around past and present movements and migrations of nature cultures in art and life in Southeast Asia.

This solo exhibition by Lucy Davis commissioned by The Substation consists of wood print collages, charcoal drawings and fragments of animation encircling memories of a tropical hardwood bed purchased in Singapore. Details

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ARENA: Space, Time and History by Zul Mahmod

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Monday 19 to Saturday 31 October 2009
The Substation Gallery
Opening hours: 11am to 8pm daily

We shape our buildings, and afterward our buildings shape us.

—Winston Churchill, 1943

 

ARENA explores the use of existing objects e.g. doors, glass windows, concrete walls and pillars in a physical space to create an aural architecture. These objects will be triggered by using DC motors and solenoids which will be programmed on the computer based on algorithm. Algorithm is a process or set of rules to be followed in calculations or other problem-solving operations, especially by a computer. The space will be converted into a ‘concert’ without players.

Arena also explores the ability of human mind in the space. Are we able to imagine in a space that is  ‘cold’ and bright? Are we able to enjoy the ‘concert’? The interior of the space will be covered with white carpets. The whole space will lighted with white fluorescent lights.


Presented by IB Art students from SJI International School with support from Sub_Space's outreach

Skin

Skin-Poster-330xThursday 8 to Saturday 11 October 2009
The Substation Gallery
Opening hours: 11am to 8pm daily
Free admission
Private viewing: 9 October 2009, 7pm to 9pm

What skin are we living in?  This exhibition explores appearance and actuality, whether it is our own identity, celebrity or the environment that we live in. The mass media and information culture has changed how we view the world and caused information saturation. These 4 young Artists have taken time to stop and think about what appears on the surface and what lies underneath the skin. Each Artist has chosen their own theme which runs through their work giving a rich and varied exhibition with both vibrancy and subtlety.


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