After a productive residency in Paris, it’s back to more gigs, launches and the general melee of being a writer, producer and performer in Singapore. All of which is always a blast, but it does get kinda intense sometimes!
At the upcoming #buysinglit campaign weekend, which also merges with the Textures festival organised by the Arts House, I’ll be producing and performing in Note for Note.
And from 9 March to 1 April, I have the greatest pleasure of exhibiting alongside some of Singapore’s most exciting visual artists. Auguries of Modern Innocence is an exhibition that is a modern rewrite of William Blake’s Auguries of Innocence. Visual artists worked on various stanzas, creating a striking series of tableaus that conjure up visions of modern dystopia.
The exhibition opens from 10 am on 9 March, but drop by for the official launch on 10 March at 6.30pm.
There will also be an interactive workshop on 10 March from 2.30 to 5.30pm.
Come by to modernise your own bit of Blake and get a piece of artwork custom-made by the artists in the exhibition.
And on 17 March, we’ll be having an artist talk in the space from 4-5.30pm .
More info here: https://www.theartshouse.sg/whats-on/auguries-of-modern-innocence