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NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore
2014.12.12 Fri - 2015.03.01 Sun
Opening Exhibition
01/20/2015 18:00
Block 43 Malan Road Gillman Barracks Singapore 109443
T +65 6460 0300
Opening Hours
Tuesday–Sunday noon–7pm,
Friday noon–9pm
Open on public holidays
Free admission
Prof. Uta Meta Bauer

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Yang Fudong: Incidental Scripts
[Press Release]

The NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore presents the first major solo exhibition of Yang Fudong in Southeast Asia. Yang Fudong is one of China’s best known contemporary artists who has gained international acclaim for his photographic, film and video works. The exhibition presents four of Yang’s works, each emblematic of his multi-faceted approach towards the creation of visual imageries that complicates our understanding of reality/fiction, and our experience of space/time.

Exhibition Hours
Tue-Sun: 12-7pm
Fri: 12-9pm
Mon: Closed
Open on Public Holidays
Free Admission

Exhibition tours by NTU CCA Singapore
Wednesdays, 2.30-3.30pm
To register, click here

“Friends of the Museum”
Gillman Barracks “Art & History” Tours
Saturdays, 4.00-5.00pm
To register, click here

Education Programmes
School Tours
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For enquiries on programmes and school tour bookings,
please email Syaheedah Iskandar (Ms), siskandar@ntu.edu.sg

The Artist’s Cut: Sunday Film Screenings
4, 11 and 18 Jan 2015
1 and 8 Feb 2015
Public screenings of Yang Fudong’s favourite films that are relevant to the way he approaches the cinematic.

Exhibition (de)Tours
Wed, 14 Jan 2015
Fri, 6 and 27 Feb 2015
7.00pm – 8.30pm
A series of talks engaging participants in discussions on Yang’s works in the exhibition. Guest speakers will explore ideas and share their strategies of interpretation.

Special Programme – Sensing Film: Describing the Indescribable
Thur, 22 Jan 2015
This is a special programme conceived as a sensorial experience of Yang Fudong’s artistic practice. Sensing Film takes participants on a two-part journey that will put to test one’s perceptual capacity. The programme will conclude with a roundtable discusstion at NTU CCA Singapore that will bring together a distinguished panel of international speakers to discuss the phenomenology of the cinematic.

*This programme will span two venues. Participants are required to stay throughout the progarmme and will be shuttled between the venues. Limited capacity, registration is required: Syaheedah Iskandar, siskandar@ntu.edu.sg

NTU CCA Exhibitions
The exhibition programme of the NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore presents contemporary artistic production. The programme maps certain areas of interest that will be further explored through the NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore residencies and research programmes, including reflections on postcolonial spaces, migration, diaspora, old and new trade routes. The exhibition programme brings together established international, local and regional artists. Each exhibition is complemented by a public programme of events that will offer insights into the curatorial framework on the exhibition 043846ac272dfe47e6bbddaa2bd99466_66ac2ccf-7096-4aa6-a309-dc7b8d25b757