8 January 2022, 4pm
Online via Streamyard
Conducted by Alsyha Rahmat, Nurisabella Andrews and Moses Tan
On chorus is part-workshop and part-lecture, that focuses on complaints as a point of departure for conversations. On chorus looks at grouses; at discontents; and draws relations between institutional critique and individualistic efforts. The 45-minute lecture and sharing will be accompanied by a chorus of complaining to make our complaints heard.
It's Your Turn
21 January 2022; 7.30pm (online)
Conducted by Hidden Space (HK)
This workshop uses board games as a method to think through collaboration and community building. How might we use games as alternative models for co-constructed, non-hierarchical learning? Through teaching each other to play a selection of games, we consider how, whilst working within their rule-bound structures, we can create spaces for participation, support, gesture, and knowledge sharing.
16 January to 14 February 2022
Convened by Moses Tan and Shireen Marican
This exhibition is an inquisition into learning environments - both inherited and self-made. The eight featured artists use rules, labels, rituals, guides and survival kits to revisit and rethink the way we choose and chose to learn from childhood, through to teenage years and even as we enter adulthood.
Marked on the chest:
23 January 2022, 11.00am
32 Kaki Bukit Crescent, Level 5, Singapore 416262
Conducted by Victoria Tan and Moses Tan
Marked on the chest is a presentation and workshop that digs deeper into logos and crests to rethink semiotics. Each participant will leave the workshop with their self-designed logo stamp, reinterpreted with their own values and symbols.