NOKIA SINGAPORE ART 2001- PLASTIQUE KINETIC WORMS
Deriving Spaces promises to be an exciting showcase of art works in unusual spaces in the heart of Chinatown, adding a twist to the terms "street culture" and "cultural tourism". The curators (Vincent Leow, Lim Kok Boon) hope to reconcile contemporary art practices with a wider audience, and include art that works within the socio- historical sites surrounding PKW gallery.
A map and information of the placement of each artwork along South Bridge road may be obtained from the gallery. These various exhibits will run from 30 Nov- 16 Dec 2001.
10th - 16th Dec.
South Bridge Rd
#01-128(opp. Hong Lim CC)
2 installation art works
(Loh Zong Yuan,
Chua Xin Yuan)
Pacify Me (Heng Yew Seng)
Deriving Spaces is an affiliate exhibition of NOKIA SINGAPORE ART 2001 (NSA01)
NSA01 is organised by:
NATIONAL ARTS COUNCIL, SINGAPORE
SINGAPORE ART MUSUEM, a National Musuem
PLASTIQUE KINETIC WORMS
is a contemporary art space organised and managed by artists
The gallery is open every Tue- Sun, 12- 7pm. Closed on Mon and public holidays.
199A/ B South Bridge Road Singapore 058748. (Entrance facing Club Street Carpark)
Tel: 324 3221. Fax: 221 5634. Website: www. pkworms.org.sg. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
a non-profit organisation