How can the disruption of nature/culture binaries foster more-than-human entanglements? What kind of futures can we imagine in light of precarious migrations, securitised fears and asphyxiated commons? What cultures of care could be freshly fermented amidst racialized divisions? Tomorrow Is An Island, as inland, a sinland, is an artist-led project that brings together four artists and two writers from Singapore and Switzerland to rethink ideas of systemic change, counter-map traditional ideas of boundaries and envision new forms of assemblage.
As a collateral event of the Singapore Biennale 2019, the exhibition features co-curators Monica Ursina Jäger and Jason Wee, artists Nicole Bachmann and Weixin Quek Chong, and writers Damian Christinger and Marcus Yee. Amongst others, visitors can admire visual arts, such as text-based work and a 3-channel video installation entitled Forest Tales and Emerald Fictions 2019, as well as performance art, such as a durational performance emphasising inter-body relationships.
Exhibition opening on 16 Jan to 28 Mar 2020
Opening on 16 January 2020, 6.30 pm
Please register here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday to Friday, 10 am–5 pm, Saturday, 12–5 pm, Closed on Sundays and public holidays
Nanyang Technological University, NTU Architecture, Design and Media Gallery Singapore
Embassy of Switzerland in Singapore, Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia