Field Trip Project Asia: Manila
Nov
12
to Dec 11

Field Trip Project Asia: Manila

  • Vargas Museum, University of the Philippines (map)
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Nicola Anthony's sculpture Great Soul will be taking part in Field Trip Project Asia: Manila, the newest exhibition instalment of travelling project Field Trip Project curated by Daisuke Takeya.

In collaboration with Toronto-based Japanese visual artist Daisuke Takeya, Laya Boquiren is also the curator of multi-site artistic interventions in the Philippine leg of the Field Trip Project Asia international traveling exhibition. The exhibition includes the colloquium on “Disaster Risk Management and Trauma Release” to be held by the Departments of Arts, History, and Asia Pacific Studies of the College of Arts and Sciences on November 11 at 10:00 am to 12:20 pm." – "UA&P takes part in Field Trip Project Asia 2015", UA&P Alumini official website.

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Secret Ingredient
Oct
14
to Nov 30

Secret Ingredient

Carrying the weight of a secret all by yourself can be burdensome, but British artist Nicola Anthony has invited a public catharsis. Entitled Secret Ingredient, this new site-specific artwork will be a collection of private thoughts shared anonymously by the public and woven into an installation of light and language. These sentences, handwritten by the artist, take shape based on the paths mapped during her walks around the Telok Ayer area. Secret Ingredient will also debut her new collection of circular drawings, based on geography and unknowable secrets.

The exhibition is curated by independent curator Daniela Beltrani. 

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 MOVE W I T H (OUT) #8
Sep
10
to Sep 25

MOVE W I T H (OUT) #8

MOVE W I T H (OUT) is a travelling project, curated by Something Human, that questions notions of “home”. Addressing an increasingly unstable global economic landscape, the exhibition and site specific live art intervention explores the ambivalent relationships between the interior and the exterior that plays out over issues such as identity, borders and migration, belonging and longing, and the tensions of navigating between the different spheres.

Artists featured: Nicola Anthony, Zsuzsa Bakonyi, Sarah Choo Jing, John Clang, Mauro De Giorgi, Adolfina De Stefani, Nina Feldman, Valerie Grove, Howard Hardiman, Gloria Houng, The Huddle, Lynn Lu, Jakrawal Nilthamrong, Bill Psarras, Ana Rodić, Samin Son, Carlo Michele Schirinzi, ShakinArt, Malvina Tan, The Huddle, Ines Von Bonhorst, Jason Wee.

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Field Trip Project Asia: Singapore
Aug
11
to Sep 4

Field Trip Project Asia: Singapore

  • National Institute of Education (NIE) Art Gallery (map)
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Nicola Anthony's sculpture Great Soul will be taking part in Field Trip Project Asia: Singapore, the newest exhibition instalment of travelling project Field Trip Project curated by Daisuke Takeya.

Co- curated by Twardzik Ching Chor Leng, this exhibit represented Singapore’s generous, compassionate, culturally diverse and broad-minded capacity commemorating its fiftieth anniversary. The exhibition also included projects produced by students from Yishun Town Secondary School, led by teacher Candy Tong. In addition to the exhibition, there was a forum on activism and community with Jay Koh, Faris Basharahil and Loo Hwee Hwee at the Central Public Library and an artist talk by selected participating artists at LASALLE College of the Arts. In the exhibition, there were 42 participating artists from Singapore, Japan, Indonesia, United Kingdom, Australia, India and Germany.

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Ex Parte
Jun
17
to Jun 21

Ex Parte

  • Brick Lane Gallery, London (map)
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What are experiences of those who have travelled from their homeland to another, and can examine at once, the perspectives of both, and the connections, confluences and conflicts between the two? Where are the points and modes of negotiation, and constructed specificities? EX – marks the activating co-ordinates.

Nicola Anthony's newest series 'Constellations' will feature in group exhibition EX PARTE.

Curated by Annie Jael Kwan

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OUROBOROS: Public Sculpture Commissioned for SouthEast Asian (SEA) Games 2015
May
18
to Jun 21

OUROBOROS: Public Sculpture Commissioned for SouthEast Asian (SEA) Games 2015

10,000 ping pong balls & light: 
'OUROBOROS', a public light sculpture commissioned by SG50 and SEA Games 2015, will be showcased at Marina Bay, Singapore (18 May – 21 June 2015) 

By asking 5000 school children in Singapore to tell her their secret wishes & ambitions for the future, Nicola Anthony built a sculpture made of 5000 wishes, giving children an opportunity to tell her a meaningful truth: some beautiful, some mundane, some moving, some insightful. The sculpture was launched to fit in with the positive rally cry of Singapore’s 50th Anniversary as a nation.

Kindly sponsored by SG50, STAEDTLER Singapore, IQkidz, and SEA Games 2015.

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Art Supper: in collaboration with Art Stage Singapore, by Edible Art Movement
Jan
21
6:00 PM18:00

Art Supper: in collaboration with Art Stage Singapore, by Edible Art Movement

Nicola Anthony's artwork "Birdcage Totem" will take part in Art Supper, an Edible Art Movement event in collaboration with Art Stage Singapore 2015.

"On Wednesday evening, (Edible Art Movement) had the pleasure of being invited to take part in a wonderful collaboration of food and art in celebration of Singapore Art Week 2015. 500 VIP guests were invited to experience the work of 8 EAM artists in collaboration with top local Chef Matthew Mok from the Rabbit Stash. The event consisted of 4 themed tables (Nostalgia, Soil, Exotic, Ocean) which combined food and art signifying the theme and ideas that were uniquely Singapore. Hosted by Singapore Tourism Board, this was the official 'after Vernissage' celebration of Art Stage Singapore during Art Week 2015."

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