29th May 2006, 10:41 AM
National Museum of Singapore Preview Season Event
Programme : The Open Space: Lecture & Curatorial Tour of The Scenic Eye exhibition by Curator, Wolfgang Storch
Date : 7 June, Wednesday
Time : 7pm- 9pm
Location : The Salon, National Museum of Singapore
Address : 93 Stamford Road, Singapore 178897
Registration : Admission is free. Pre-registration is required. Please call 6332 0115 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Limited seats available.
* Session will be conducted in German and translation will be provided.
Meet the man behind The Scenic Eye exhibition, Wolfgang Storch, as he shares his experience about the conceptualisation of this exhibition in this special lecture, The Open Space. The curator will also share interesting insights about some of these installation artworks by the German artists. The lecture will be followed by a special guided tour of the exhibition. Jointly presented by the National Museum of Singapore and Goethe-Institut Singapore, The Scenic Eye: Visual Arts and the Theatre is the first preview season exhibition at the Museum. The Museum will be officially opened to the public in Dec this year.
The Scenic Eye: Visual Arts and the Theatre
Jointly presented by National Museum of Singapore and Goethe-Institut Singapore
7 June - 23 July 2006
National Museum of Singapore
93 Stamford Road
Opening Hours: 10am – 6pm daily
What does theatre mean to visual artists? The Scenic Eye takes you into a vivid world of dialogue between two established art forms: theatre and visual arts. Curator Wolfgang Storch invited 19 of Germany’s most renowned contemporary artists to enter into an imaginary dialogue with the theatre as a medium. The resulting works are reflections on the interplay of elements of the theatre-directing, producing, acting, stage design, among others. The Scenic Eye exhibition is a visual and sensory feast of works ranging from paintings, sculpture, photography, drawing, video and mixed media installation.
We invite you to explore this exhibition and experience these aesthetic and contemplative dialogues through your own scenic eye.
For enquiries, please call the National Museum of Singapore at 6332 0115. This is the first preview season exhibition at the Museum. The Museum will be officially opened to the public in Dec this year.
Last edited by nuriana; 1st June 2006 at 11:25 AM.