13 September 2008

Singapore's wild shores and the Biennale

The Singapore Biennale and shores may seem to have nothing in common. But here's an interesting art installation that shore explorers might want to visit. If only to put a little sticker for our shores and see what people say about our places, wild or otherwise.


Visit 'Singapore' at old City Hall building
Straits Times 13 Sep 08;
A wall-to-wall floor covering of a Google Earth satellite image of Singapore is being exhibited at the old City Hall building for the Singapore Biennale this year.

Visitors can write down information about specific places on paper stickers and stick them on the map.

Entitled 'Singapore', the art installation is done by Thai artist Wit Pimkanchanapong.

From the Singapore Biennale website

City Hall is at 3 St. Andrew’s Road, City Hall, Singapore 178958

The exhibitions open to the public from 11 September until 16 November 2008
Exhibition Hours: Tuesdays to Sundays, from 11am to 8pm, closed on Mondays.

Alas, must pay money ... sigh
Admission: Single Entry Pass: S$10
(Each entry pass includes a one-time entry to City Hall and South Beach Development)

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