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The Kula Ring in SIFA

2 years ago JTeo 0
Our artwork Archive of Future Commons will be on show in 72-13 as part of SIFA for another 5 more days. If you can, go access the books and check out the rest of the exhibition! Here are some photos for those of you who can’t make it there. Read More

Extreme Picnic

3 years ago admin 0
Date: 2016 Materials: Picnic Basket, Food, Manual, Mat and friends Dimensions: 150cm by 150cm Exhibition history: 2016 Arts Week, Gilman Barracks, Singapore In line with Singapore Arts Club’s goal to encourage visitors to enjoy Gillman Barrack’s lush greens, Post-Museum created a new artwork entitled “Extreme Picnic”, to be held on the evening of 22 January 2016. Taking advantage of Read More

Awaken The Dragon

6 years ago admin 0
NEWS The Awaken the Dragon Festival 2014 has successfully been completed! ABOUT Awaken the Dragon A project to create 3,000 artworks and fire one of the last two dragon kilns in Singapore. Conceived and co-organised with ceramic artist Michelle Lim, this project had 3 phases: workshops, firing festival and exhibition. The workshops took place from Aug-Dec Read More

Untitled (Lions’ Dreams)

6 years ago admin 0
Date: 18 August to 5 September 2012 Venue: Goodman Art Studio Exhibition history: Artist Caravan’s Studio https://web.facebook.com/events/487433624617306/ Courtesy: Post-Museum This is an exhibition of artworks created by Atelier Rakyat. Untitled (Lions’ Dreams) sees Atelier Rakyat taking contemporary Singapore as a readymade through the use of gifts given to a low-income family. Atelier Rakyat is the people’s art workshop which Read More

Fukuoka Really Really Free Market: Heart to Heart

9 years ago admin 0
  Fukuoka Really Really Free Market: Heart to Heart Date: 2009 Lots of sharing, giving and a loving heart. Exhibition history: 4th Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale, Fukuoka, Japan Courtesy: Post-Museum   Fukuoka Really Really Free Market was commissioned by The 4th Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale 2009: “Live and Let Live: Creators of Tomorrow”. Working with students from Kyushu Read More

Soup Kitchen

10 years ago admin 0
A volunteer-run initiative (c/o Food #03) started in Feb 2009. NEWS We are currently feeding about 330 persons per session. ABOUT The Soup Kitchen Project The Soup Kitchen Project feeds lower-income persons in the Jalan Besar/Lavender Street area. Held every Monday, volunteers from all walks of life gather to pack and distribute vegetarian dinners to Read More