Take a leap of imagination at ArtScience Museum this May!

1. Join us at ArtScience in Focus – LEAPS OF IMAGINATION: ROBOTICS + ANIMATION

ArtScience in Focus

Date: 19 to 29 May 2018
Time: 10am – 7pm
Venue: ArtScience Galleries Level 4
Admission Fees: Free admission

Ideas of art, technology, engineering and design intersect in this robotics and animation-themed showcase. Discover interdisciplinary projects that utilise video and animation, game design, and robotics in inventive ways. Visitors can exchange ideas with the bright young minds behind the works and explore hands-on robotics challenges in experiential zones.

ArtScience in Focus – LEAPS OF IMAGINATION: ROBOTICS + ANIMATION is presented in collaboration with LASALLE College of the Arts’ Puttnam School of Film & Animation, Nanyang Polytechnic’s School of Interactive & Digital Media, National University of Singapore’s Advanced Robotics Centre, Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s School of InfoComm Technology, Republic Polytechnic’s School of Engineering, Rulang Primary School and Singapore Writers Festival. Refer here for more information.

2. ArtScience Late – i’m willing: (when the vision persists, through a glass lightly)

ArtScience Late

Date: 17 May (Thursday)
Time: 8pm
Venue: Expression Gallery Level 4
Admission Fees: Free on a first-come-first-served basis. Limited capacity.

i’m willing: (when the vision persists, through a glass lightly) by visual and performance artist ila examines gender portrayals in films. It also considers how perpetuating tropes render gender dynamics in society and gender-based violence as normative.

i’m willing is project by ila in collaboration with Marla Bendini, Suhaili Safari and Kin Chui. Refer here for artists’ bios.

3. Catch Art from the Streets (Ticketed)
Catch Art from the Streets

Date: Till 3 June 2018

Art from the Streets celebrates 40 years of Street Art, charting its countercultural beginnings to its extraordinary rise in the contemporary art world. Visitors to the exhibition are amongst the first in Singapore and Southeast Asia to have the opportunity to view works from some of the most renowned artists in the field, including Banksy, Shepard Fairey, Futura, Invader, JR, Blek le Rat and Vhils.

Curated by Street Art expert and gallerist Magda Danysz, Art from the Streets comprises over 200 large-scale mural paintings, installations, videos, prints, archival material, drawings and sketches, which showcase the vitality and diversity of the urban art movement.

ArtScience Museum has also invited 10 prominent street artists to take over the museum’s galleries, to create new site-specific artworks for the exhibition. The 10 new commissions are by up-and-coming Argentinian-Spanish artist, Felipe Pantone; Paris-based Moroccan artist, Tarek Benaoum; Polish graphic designer and illustrator, M-City; French street artists, Ludo, YZ and Zevs; one of UK’s leading post-graffiti artists, Remi Rough; Yogyakarta-based artist, Eko Nugroho and Singaporean urban artists, Speak Cryptic and Sheryo & Yok. These artists have adopted different techniques and mediums to create their artworks, from stenciling, calligraffiti, painting, spraying to “upcycling” materials.

Visit ArtScience Museum’s website at here for the full list of exhibitions (Future World, Art from the Streets and Into the Wild) and other public programmes available in May.

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