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Video Killed The Radio Star: Fact/Figtion?

Hi guys! You are cordially invited for the opening of “Figtion – Video killed the radio Star: Fact/Figtion?”.


Video Killed The Radio Star: Fact/Figtion?

Opening Reception on the 16th July, 7.30pm
Exhibition runs from 17th July till 26th July 2009
Free Admission

107 + 109 Rowell Road, S (208033)
Tuesday to Friday: 6 – 10pm
Saturday to Sunday: 12 – 10pm

Post-Museum is (after the success of The Pelagic Series) by artist-in-residence Arnewaty, holding a new-media-based installation and exhibition encompassing 4 local young and vibrant artists looking to impact/energize the arts scene with a variety of process-ingenuous works:

Titled Figtion, the exhibition, co-curated by 2008 NAC Arts (Local) Bursary Award recipient, Patricia Ho, p-10 and Post-Museum’s Woon Tien Wei is part of a series of curatorial workshops that aim to fan/feed/encourage the current trend of local artists taking time and initiative to promote and curate their own works; towards a totality of arts integration and the development of the self-sufficient and contextually relevant artist Singapore aims to promote.

The 4 girl-group consisting of Rachel Chan, Julie Lee, Patricia Ho and Yang Yi ling aim to reject conventional methods in favour of real-time based media interventions not necessarily narrative/drama-inducing but equally imaginative and spectacular!

This event is supported by The National Arts Council: Guests include Gavin Lim, director of Fighting Spiders.

Have one on the arts!!
For more enquiries about the exhibition, please contact: POST-MUSEUM at 63963598

About isk

Impulsive, obsessive-compulsive, and potentially psychic.

One comment on “Video Killed The Radio Star: Fact/Figtion?

  1. the spaceboy
    July 14, 2009

    Internet Killed The Video Star Lah Jackie!
    See You There!


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