Upcoming show

29 07 2010

R.I.T.E.S #7

Date: Saturday, 14th August 2010
Time: 7.30pm till late
Venue: The Substation Theatre
45 Armenian Street
Singapore 179936
Ph: +65 6337 7535
Fax: +65 6337 2729
www.substation.org
The presenting artists:

1. Chua Chin Chin [SG]

2. Ezzam Rahman [SG]

3. Nopawan Sirivejkul [TH]

4. Monkol Plienbangchang [TH]

5. Jozef Cseres [Slovakia]

[Monkol Pilenbangchang and Nopawan Sirivejkul will be participating in a group exhibition titled TOUCH at The Substation Gallery from 13th till 22nd August 2010. For more details please click here.]

About the artists:

Chua Chin Chin

Chua Chin Chin

Chua Chin Chin’s art making is a journey that continues with her questioning of the natural being of matters and its duality. As in life and in dreams, she investigates the forces between push & pull and proposes a bunch of “What ifs?”, to abandon, peel, re-view and re-present what was known to her before. It is something that seems strange yet utterly friendly, aggressive yet delicate, to breathe the object in a new way and to re-introduce all objects to oneself again. Chin has participated at numerous festivals including Fetter Field no.1 & no.3, Substations’ SEPT FEST and most recently the Night Festival 2010. International works includes Maju Jaya in Yogyakarta and NIPAF, Japan performance art festival 2008. Also, exhibited visual art works at LaSalle SIA College’s Praxis space, the Esplanade Tunnel. Chin is not only a prolific artist she also curates. Her recent curatorial project includes the NOTEBOOK VOL:1 BEGIN at the Substation.

Ezzam Rahman

Ezzam Rahman

Ezzam Rahman is a practicing multi-disciplinary artist and an accidental filmmaker recently completed his Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Fine Arts from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, University of Huddersfield. He was formally trained in LASALLE SIA College of the Arts. As an artist, he has participated and co-curate numerous local and international group exhibitions, events and festivals. Though Ezzam was trained as a sculptor, he is most comfortable with installation art and performance art and embarking into exploring performance in film. His works varies from the choice of medium, concepts and strategies of presentation. He favours narrative structure due to the ability to convey his ideas to the audience, to inform as well as to provoke them. Ezzam enjoys talking to himself and smiles to sleep.

Aor Nopawan,Thailand

Nopawan Sirivejkul

Nopawan Sirivejkul is a writer, photographer and performance artist from Thailand. She has always been involved in art & social movements in Thailand and has been exhibiting since 1997. Her works always contain an emotive mix of life’s beauty and horror. She is curious to know about passion of human: when they are falling in love; when they are angry; when they are aggressive; when they are hating; when they are anguish. What do they react in the bottom of heart? Since 1998, Nopawan is part of the committee of Asiatopia ,the international art performance festival in Thailand.

Mongkol Plienbangchang

Mongol Plienbangchang

Mongol Plienbangchang is a painter, poet and performance artist and has performed since 1995. He is an active staff of ASIATOPIA’s organizing committee and has always been involved in art & social movements groups. His performances are usually very intense, mostly dealing with political sphere of Thai politics and Globalized social situation. He has published 2 books of his drawings and poems ‘Inner & Outer’ and ‘the Man numbers Zero’. He has also presented in various performance art events & festivals, both in Thailand and various countries including in Asia, North America and Europe.

Jozef Cseres

Jozef Cseres

Jozef Cseres (b. 1961) lectures on aesthetics and the philosophy of music and visual arts at Comenius University in Bratislava (Slovakia), the University of Ostrava in Ostrava (Czech Republic) and the Faculty of Fine Arts in Brno (Czech Republic). The structural relations between music and myth, the problem of artistic representation in the arts, artistic intermedia and experimental and improvised music stand at the center of his research and theoretical interests. He is the author of two books and many essays, articles and translations. Since 1997 he has been the director of the international project the Rosenberg Museum in Violín, Slovakia, and since 1999 an editorial board member of the international journal for literature and arts Hungarian Workshop. In 2000 he co-founded the Kassák Centre for Intermedia Creativity and since 2001 he has run the label HEyeRMEarS/DISCORBIE, devoted to experimental and improvised music and intermedia creativity. Under his artistic nickname HEyeRMEarS, Cseres balances on the borders between the discursive and nondiscursive modes of expression and between art and games in performances, installations, audiovisual collages and various intermedia.

In partnership: Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore

Sponsored by: National Arts Council

Supported by: The Substation and The Artists Village

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