Lai Yu tong
Teach: Making Music for Ghosts
Ivan Ong
Teach: A Postcard To
Nila Choo
Teach: Per-Soma
Charmaine Poh
Teach: How To Be A Little Girl On The Internet
Cynthia Delaney Suwito
Make: In-Animate
Becca D'Bus
Teach: We Might Learn Nothing Useful
Shirly Koh
Make: Brownie Points
Noorlinah Mohamed
Teach: The Right Attitude: Managing Your Personal Finances
Ang Siew Ching
Surveying Surveillance
Liana Yang
Teach: Love, Love, Love - Damn, I Wish You Were My Lover: Modern Romance Fails
Yen Phang
Teach: Spirit Doll (How to Save (Almost) Anything)
Faris Nakamura
Teach: Work-in-Progress: Artist Life Management
Weixin Chong
Teach: Stim-share
Finbarr Fallon
Teach: WET WEATHER WANTED
Syahrul Anuar
Teach: Counter-cartography: A Road Is (Not) A Line

Tan Biyun
Make: A workshop on parent-child dynamics
Ryan Lim
Teach: Simple Recipes for a Turning Point

Bruce Quek
Teach: What Happens Next Is Up: Archiving for Artistic Posterity

Lourdes Abela Samson
Make: A purchase of an NFT

Noorlinah Mohamed
The Right Attitude: Managing Your Personal Finances

Sonia Kwek

Join us in 16 "workshopables" during Nov 2021-Jan 2022. Each art workshop in this series addresses the taught, the untaught, and the unteachable in mainstream education system.Against a backdrop of hyper-professionalisation, relentless production, and blockchain-inspired euphoria and fear, this project offers an experimental platform to explore pedagogy, aesthetics, and sustainability in the arts.From closed invitations and an open call, 20 participants were selected to teach, learn, make, or all of the above, with one another.

Details

Facilitator : Weixin Chong
Duration : 1 hour 30 minutes
Date: 26 November 2021
Time : 1900 - 2030
Location : Zoom


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Stim-share

A Stim workshop exploring stims, ASMR listening and tactile memory. Stimming (also known as self-stimulatory behaviours /self-stimulation) is the repetition of physical movements, sounds, words, or moving objects, often used for emotional regulation and grounding especially among neurodivergent people. Sometimes negatively seen as ‘fidgeting’ , stimming is nevertheless a healthy (and for many people, necessary) way to help deal with stress and process sensory information. In the stim workshop we’ll explore some auditory, tactile and movement stims and try to find our ASMR triggers. Participants can also be part of a stim-share where they share a stim they recall having or observing, from spinning pens in school to rocking and etc... We’ll also do a bit of drawing/writing reflection based on recalling tactile memories.
Details

Facilitator : Faris Nakamura
Duration : 2 hours
Date: 27 November 2021
Time : 1000 - 1200
Location : supernormal.space


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Work-in-Progress: Artist Life Management (Part 1)

This workshop encompasses three fundamentals: Mindset Realignment, Time Management, Systems and Structure Building. As artists (humans in general really), we are overwhelmingly busy all the time (Don’t lie.. haha) Our schedule is ever growing and we feel like we just don’t have enough time for everything. And even if we managed to finish the things we set out to do, we tend to lose the joy and happiness along the way. Learn to take control of your life.*Please note that there are 2 days to this workshop, day 2 falls on 5 Dec(sunday) at 1300-1400
Details

Facilitator : Ivan Ong
Duration : 2 hours
Date: 27 November 2021
Time : 1300 - 1500
Location : supernormal.space


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A Postcard To

A Postcard To is about rekindling how postcards have been a mode of communication and promotion. Besides it's commercial value, people have used postcards to emotionally pen down with regards to their subject matter in a few sentences. Through the workshop, we hope to explore the function and reflection of what it means to make a postcard of the desired subject and to write about it.
Details

Facilitator : Nila Choo
Duration : 2 hours
Date: 27 November 2021
Time : 1500 - 1730
Location : supernormal.space


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Per-Soma

A workshop to make/perform a sacrifice. Questions what is a sacrifice and why a sacrifice. Participants make an object/ installation and explore performing a secular ritual around the notion of a sacrifice.
Details

Facilitator : Liana Yang
Duration : 1 hour 30 minutes
Date: 27 November 2021
Time : 1930 - 2100
Location : Zoom


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Love, Love, Love - Damn, I Wish You Were My Lover: Modern Romance Fails

In her quest to search for true love, Liana Yang immersed herself in the online dating circuit for close to 5 years. Through her experiences, she has created several artworks exploring tangled relationships that examine the dialectics of modern romance. For this virtual workshop, Liana will share her experiences in navigating the complex realm of online dating. From insights about toxic personality behaviours and dating styles, to her encounters with sugar daddies, and tips on online dating safety and precautions to note. Since this is a participatory workshop, all attendees are encouraged to share their own experiences and any of their modern romance tips in a safe virtual space that aims in forging more conducive and enjoyable online dating experiences. Regardless of your age, sexuality and experience, this workshop welcomes all who is interested in understanding more about navigating the terrains of modern romance, and perhaps, improve their chances in finding their love partner.


Pre-requisites & requirements:

A participatory workshop that is welcomed to all, regardless of age, sexuality and experience.

- Due to the workshop content, only matured attendees allowed.
- To enhance engagement and learning, attendees are encouraged to participate in discussions and resource share in a respectable and open manner.
- No trolling and bullying will be tolerated.
- For the interest of improving the workshop, the workshop session and attendees’ responses may be documented.
Details

Facilitator : Syahrul Anuar
Duration : 2 hours 30 minutes
Date: 28 November 2021
Time : 1000 - 1230
Location : supernormal.space

*SOLD OUT*

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Counter-cartography: A Road Is (Not) A Line


The workshop aims to create counter-maps that subvert and rethink the expectations and roles of traditional cartographies embedded in our daily lives.

Maps play a role in providing navigation and connectivity but are rarely speculative, reflective or interpretive. They are authoritative in zoning and demarcating areas while lacking communal citations or involvement. Roads are a key defining feature in maps are can be probed to further survey authoritative intentions and histories. 

Through counter-mapping, we will explore the multiple methods of creating maps that are subjective, speculative thus interpretative. Ultimately, can we challenge the way we know how to navigate?
Details

Facilitator : Ang Siew Ching
Duration : 2 hours 30 minutes
Date: 28 November 2021
Time : 1330 - 1600
Location : supernormal.space

*SOLD OUT*


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Surveying Surveillance


This workshop explores the infrastructure of surveillance in the context of “smart cities”. I will present my findings on the space that surveillance forms around us - particularly its invisible scapes and inner workings. I consider if surveillance is necessarily invasive to us, inhabitants of the city and how we can harness surveillance for our own uses. As a response, participants will each imagine a surveillance infrastructure of their own and express it through a cyanotype.**The cyanotypes produced may be used in some ways to produce an artwork. Participants may collect their cyanotypes after the entire programme of “Workshopables"
Details

Facilitator : Finnbar Fallon
Duration : 2 hours
Date: 28 November 2021
Time : 1600 - 1800
Location : Indoors & Outdoors


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WET WEATHER WANTED

This workshop aims to explore how the rain changes our sensory perception and processing of the spaces around us. While the term ‘sunny Singapore’ remains entrenched as the kneejerk description of Singapore’s climate, the reality is that rain is not the exception, but increasingly a norm of our urban experience, and a factor that directly shapes our urban environment and our interaction with the city. (November, in particular, is the wettest month of the year.) Rain also provokes very different emotional responses: for example, in the same space, one could feel liberation (happily jumping in puddles) even as someone else a few metres away is feeling great irritation (looking at their alfresco dining plan disintegrate).

Following a sharing session, participants will be asked to go out during a rain event, and create a piece that evokes the emotionally and spatially transformative effect of rain on the spaces they are visiting, in a medium of their choice. Besides photographs or videos, other examples could include: a soundscape of the rainfall, point clouds of soaked or semi-submerged objects, a topographical map of rain depth in different areas of the space.

Using an application with live rain tracking or their own predictive instincts, participants will hunt down a wet weather body. During this period they will record the exact time and location coordinates as they create their works, whose data will later be compiled to link the works as a whole.

Note: This workshop is dependent on the weather.
Details

Facilitator : Bruce Quek
Duration : 1 hour 30 minutes
Date: 28 November 2021
Time : 1900 - 2030
Location : Zoom


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What Happens Next Is Up: Archiving for Artistic Posterity

Based on experiences working with the Independent Archive, and the development of the Lee Wen Archive, this workshop explores what might happen to our artistic lives after we’re gone. The workshop has a particular focus on preparing for the possibility of posterity through everyday working practices, and specific, practical steps in shaping how one’s practice might be perceived and understood after death.
Details

Facilitator : Ryan Lim
Duration : 2 hours
Date: 3 December 2021
Time : 1800 - 2000
Location : Zoom


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Simple Recipes for a Turning Point

I still remember leaving this place.
and moving to a new place that I had never been before.
I still remember the feeling I got
when I first arrived to that place.
Everything felt so unfamiliar,
so foreign.
I felt anxious
but I was also hopeful,romanticising about having “a new life”.
I paid rent,
I shopped for furniture,
I separated the recyclables and the non recyclables
and I started learning how to cook.
I still remember the first few recipes I learned
and ever since then,
those recipes became a turning point,
a catalyst
for adaptation,
for integration.

Details

Facilitator : Charmaine Poh
Duration : 1.5 hours
Date: 3 December 2021
Time : 2015 - 2145
Location : Zoom

*SOLD OUT*


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How To Be A Little Girl On The Internet

How To Be A Little Girl On The Internet is a request for patchworked wisdom on pixellated agency, body safety, and reclamation. Using the video work YOUNG BODY (2021) as a point of departure, the workshop situates the participant in engagement with the character-avatar E-Ching as they navigate potholes of web highways - image circulation, puberty in public, fetishised flesh, and more - and re-route themselves to emancipatory possibilities. Grounded and steered by various cyber-feminist texts, the workshop is an attempt to shape itself into a multi-modal treatise on contemporary gendered online life.


Details

Facilitator :
Noorlinah Mohamed
Duration : 1.5 hours
Date: 4 December 2021
Time : 1000- 1130
Location : Zoom


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The Right Attitude: Managing Your Personal Finances

How much do mee siam ingredients cost? How does this simple question about a local food relate to attitudes that can help you manage your money well? In this 80-minute or so workshop, Noorlinah Mohamed will share about her personal finance journey which supports her passion in acting. She will engage workshop participants to share their current understanding of key financial concepts, do a simple budgeting exercise, and work out the finances needed to realise their own goals.


Details

Facilitator : Becca D'Bus
Duration : 1.5 hours
Date: 4 December 2021
Time : 1130 - 1300
Location : supernormal.space


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We Might Learn Nothing Useful

Becca is interested in learning how to teach workshops. The actual content of this workshop is yet to be determined. You might learn what she teaches. You might learn nothing useful at all.
Details

Facilitator : Lai Yu tong
Duration : 5 hours
Date: 4 December 2021
Time : 1400 - 1900
Location : supernormal.space

*SOLD OUT*

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Making Music For Ghosts

One of the biggest obstacles to creation is the fear of what others might think. So why not make things for ghosts instead? Over the past 5 years, I have been making music amateurly and releasing them regularly on a platform called Bandcamp. This practice has been a great blessing to me and I wish to share it with others. The workshop will introduce ways to make and release music whilst celebrating the spirit of amateurism.
Details

Facilitator : Yen Phang
Duration : 1 hours
Date: 5 December 2021
Time : 1000 - 1200
Location : supernormal.space


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Spirit Doll (How to Save (Almost) Anything)

Bring your old clothes, rags, underwear, fabric-based momentos, and learn to transform them into spirit dolls. This session is a follow up to Value Store (How to Let Go of (Almost) Anything), which was part of “Days and Counting” curated by OH Open House in 2020. Value Store was accompanied by the workshop After Life: How to Sell Your Dead Partner’s Possessions on Carousell.
Details

Duration : 8 hours
Date: 22 January 2022
Time : 1000 - 1900
Location : TBC


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"Show-and-Tell" by Participating Artists

Having taught a workshop, and/or participated in a number of those facilitated by other participants, will the artists be sticking to their guns or changing ideas for their work for the exhibition? Join us to find out as participating artists make a short presentation of what they have made or are in the midst of making in this project.
Initiator

Micheal Lee


Michael Lee is a Singapore-based artist who researches urban memory and fiction, especially the contexts and implications of loss. He was on the curatorial team of “An Atlas of Mirrors”: The 5th Singapore Biennale 2016.

https://michaelleehonghwee.wordpress.com/
Co-developer

Ong Kian Peng




Working at the intersection of art, technology, and the environment, Ong Kian Peng creates immersive and reflective environments that offer alternate imaginations of our relationship with nature. Since 2017, he runs Supernormal, an independent art space focusing on emerging and experimental art practice.

https://www.supernormal.space
https://www.ongkianpeng.art
Artist

Weixin Chong



Weixin Chong (b.1988, Singapore) graduated with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art (Printmaking) from LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore in 2011 and completed her Masters in Fine Art (Printmaking) from Royal College of Art, London in 2014. Chong is fascinated with the reproductive methods and effects of the printed medium. Using this characteristic quality of print, she translates an idea visually across different materials, thereby letting the image manifests itself in a variety of forms and textures. Chong has shown extensively in venues across Singapore including Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore, The Substation and Post Museum. She has also exhibited internationally in countries such as Istanbul, Vienna and London.

https://www.tropicalghosts.net/
Artist

Faris Nakamura



Born in Singapore, 1988, Faris Nakamura graduated with Bachelor in Fine Arts (First Class Honours) from LASALLE College of the Arts in partnership with Goldsmiths, University of London in 2014. Through sculptures, installations and site-specific works, Faris investigates the way people navigate and orientate themselves as they encounter space. He desires to understand the attachment and detachments people have towards spaces, how these relationships develop, and their impact.

Faris was most recently announced as Winner of the IMPART Awards, Visual Artist Category, 2020. He was awarded the Young Talent Programme Winners’ Solo, 2017/2018, the Grand Winner at the Shitsurai International Art Competition, Kobe Biennale, 2015 and the Winston Oh Travel Award, 2013. Faris has exhibited in shows both locally and internationally. He has showcased at venues such as Gillman Barracks (Singapore), The Substation (Singapore), ION Art (Singapore), Facebook APAC HQ (Singapore), Scotts Square (Singapore), Georgetown Festival (Penang, Malaysia), Ku Bar (Bangkok, Thailand), FASS Art Gallery (Turkey), Kobe Biennale (Japan), and Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi (Venice, Italy). It is also notable that Faris is a flautist and has performed at venues such as the Esplanade Concert Hall and the Victoria Concert Hall (Singapore).

https://www.farisnakamura.com/
Artist

Ivan Ong


My name is Ivan Ong and I use photography to communicate about my surroundings and my observations about living in Singapore, a country that I chose to understand through photography and text. My observations revolve in my daily sightings whether it is during the commute, musings, and the mundane.  As an person, I hope to always practise contentment and to be able to show an imaginative quality about the dealings of my everyday.  I am currently an aspiring florist and a set stylist. :D

https://www.ivanongjiawei.com/
Details

Nila Choo


Anonymous  Persona of an established artist working on objects and performance as a transgender woman. Public participation of group exhibition since 2010, addressing issues of gender and spirituality.

https://wholesomenila.wixsite.com/nila
Artist

Liana Yang


By combining photography, video, sound, and found objects, Liana Yang’s practice entails her fascination with collecting personal stories and experiences. These are interpreted into mixed media artworks. The personal narratives are presented against the backdrop of contemporary culture; the works are carefully considered and presented with the intention for promoting public discourse in understanding the complexities of interpersonal relationships in relation to societal norms and pressures. She is interested in the intersections that shape human relationships with the online and physical environment.

https://lianayang.com/
Artist

Syahrul Anuar


Syahrul Anuar (b. 1995, Singapore) is a cultural worker aligning closely to the notions of merantau (migration), owing to his family’s diaspora within the Nusantara (Malay World).Intrigued by the narratives and histories within the Malay World, he surveys, unravels and weaves the complexities and multiplicities of how humans consume and depict it, employing a research-based methodology with facts and fiction, and the past and present. His practice constantly expands beyond the photographic, recently utilising AI and ML methods and frameworks, questioning the role of photography in today’s landscape.

https://syahrulanuar.org/
Artist

Ang Siew Ching


Hello! I am a becoming (as opposed to being!) with experience in art-making, curating, writing and art education. I have worked with photography, video, collage (and students). My ongoing interests are the nature of photography and the flow of capital and infrastructure and their effects on people (inducing hope, alienation, melancholy, boredom, etc.). I have a compost bin at home, I try to be green and I hope against hope for the sustainable future of humanity (although the latest IPCC report does not leave me very hopeful). I like to meet people and know more about their world.

https://cargocollective.com/siewchingang
Artist

Finnbar Fallon


Finbarr is an architectural photographer, visual artist and designer. His studio FFCO (Finbarr Fallon & Company) delivers end to end architectural media and currently operates between Singapore and London.He was educated at the Bartlett School of Architecture (BSc, MArch Architecture), obtaining the Bartlett School of Architecture Medal, and a RIBA Silver nomination for his thesis work.His private artworks, span photography and both digital and physical installation works. These include commissioned works such as digital illustration, augmented reality design, projection mapping, pop-up installation and hoarding design. Recent showings include the ArtScience Museum, National Museum of Singapore, The Singapore Art Museum and Bargehouse London.Finbarr’s documentary photography work has won awards including the Blueprint Architecture Photography Awards (Atrium People’s Choice), Landscape Photographer of the Year (Finalist) and Infrastructure Photographer of the Year (Finalist).

http://finbarrfallon.com/
Artist

Bruce Quek



Bruce Quek's art and writing are driven by a fascination with the complexity of urban life in an information-drenched age. He observes technology and society with a sense of cynical humour, taking our everyday experiences and rendering them absurd. He focuses on producing disquieting experiences, with recent projects examining everything from light pollution in relation to pattern recognition, and the limits of empathy imposed by informational overload.
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Ryan Lim


My practice is an attempt to collect encounters, activities and moments of living in the public and private surroundings. By reconfiguring these moments, newly formed narratives, characters, compositions and situations are formed in my works. These installations eventually meditate on our relationships and attitudes towards the inconspicuous areas of reality. So much is happening and present around us in the corner of our eyes and they go unnoticed. But when we do notice them, what should we do?

https://ryanlimziyi.wixsite.com
Artist

Charmaine Poh


Charmaine Poh works across image-making and performance, often utilising ethnographic methodologies. Central to her practice are these concerns: the performed labour of the everyday, the gendered body, digital selves, the intersection of offline and online worlds, and the possibility of agency. She has exhibited her work at places such as the M1 Singapore Fringe Festival, the Singapore International Photography Festival, Objectifs Centre for Photography and Filmmaking, ArtScience Museum, The Taipei Arts Festival, and The International Center of Photography. Her work has been in featured on i-D, Nowness, The New York Times, WePresent by WeTransfer, Artsy, and CNN Style, among others. She graduated with an MA in Visual and Media Anthropology from the Freie Universität Berlin and a BA in International Relations (International Security) from Tufts University. In 2019, she was recognised as one of Forbes Asia 30 under 30 - The Arts. She is based between Singapore and Berlin.

https://www.charmainepoh.com/
Artist

Noorlinah Mohamed


Noorlinah Mohamed graduated with a Ph.D. in Arts Education from the University of Warwick, Noorlinah is a theatre artist whose practice includes performance, arts education consultation, arts project conceptualisation and management as well as applied arts and public engagement facilitation. She is a graduate of Tisch School of the Arts, NYU (Performance Studies) and National University of Singapore (Political Science and Sociology). Noorlinah is a recipient of various awards including Women's Weekly Great Woman of our Time (2005) and Japan Chamber of Commerce & Industry Culture Award (2008) for her contributions to the arts.


Artist

Becca D'Bus


I am a delicate Asian flower.Drag is a civil rights issue.I live in Singapore.@cover.your.pie.hole is my project.

https://linktr.ee/beccadbus
Artist

Lai Yu tong


Lai Yu Tong is an artist based in Singapore.He is interested in the forms and feelings of everyday life.He makes works about the things he sees, things he eats,things he buys, things he throws away, and other things.

https://laiyutong.com/
Artist

Yen Phang


Born to a geneticist and agriculturalist, Yen is attuned to the biological. Working in the mediums of painting, installation, and performance, he reflects on nature as interface, sense phenomena in eco/bodily systems. He was a recipient of the Winston Oh Grant (2016), Winston Oh Travel ResearchAward (2016), and was awarded the Cliftons Art Prize (2015) and the UNSW Julius Stone Prize (2006). His work has been collected by the Singapore High Commission in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Singapore), British Airways for their Terminal 1 Lounge at Changi Airport, Singapore. He has also initiated projects such as “I.D. (The Body’s Still Warm)” (2018), Displacements: 13 Wilkie Terrace“ (2013),“The Peony And the Crow“ (2016), and “Repurposing Nostalgia” (2016) under the Displacements banner.

https://www.instagram.com/yen.phang/
Artist

Cynthia Delaney Suwito


I, Cynthia Delaney Suwito, am an artist and educator. Exploring the curiosities and subtleties of daily life and the experience of time are central to my practice. My works distill the complexity of the meanings we attach to everyday materials, situations and behaviours into a poetic simplicity that is relatable and engaging. It is my hope that through my work, people can slow down and reflect, seeing daily things with a different perspective and forming new approaches of thinking. My teachings involve exploration and experimentation where we learn together to find different methods of making art. Indonesian-born and Singapore-based, I’ve been teaching youth for 4 years and I’ve exhibited artworks in Singapore and Indonesia, was featured in the 2017 FORBES 30 under 30 Asia in the Arts and on BBC Asia and Channel NewsAsia.

http://cynthiadsuwito.com/
Artist

Lourdes Abela Samson


Lourdes Abela Samson is an independent curator and art collector based in Singapore. She is one of the founding directors of SEED THE ART SPACE LTD, a non-profit platform that aims to facilitate and support the practices of Asian contemporary artists and to promote art historical discourses through research and curatorial collaborations to engage new audiences. She graduated with a Masters degree in Asian Art History from Goldsmiths College (LASALLE College of the Arts) in 2018. She also hold a MBA degree from the Kellogg Graduate School of Business, Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, USA, and a Bachelor’s degree in Management Economics from the Ateneo de Manila University in the Philippines.

https://seedartspace.com/
Artist

Shirly Koh


Koh Li Qing Shirly artist and art educator who is interested in understanding and learning more about her internal world in order to relate and connect better with others in this world. She also has a keen interest in the everyday mundane with the goal to celebrate and appreciate the little moments in life.

shirlyklq.com
Artist

Sonia Kwek


Sonia's practice is rooted in working with the body and performance. Her works often manifest as live performance, installation and experiential experiments with elements of the participatory and perishable. She also works actively as a creative collaborator, performer, life model and facilitator/ educator across varying projects and spaces. Concerned with the unseen and unspoken, Sonia seeks to create intimate encounters and visceral experiences.

Sonia is a graduate of the Intercultural Theatre Institute and an associate artist with dance company P7:1SMA. Her works have been programmed by T:>Works’ N.O.W. Festival, The Substation, SPRMRKT, EX-Theatre Asia Weekend Theatre Festival (Taiwan). As a performer/collaborator, Sonia has worked with companies/festivals in Singapore such as The Esplanade, National Gallery Singapore, Gillman Barracks’ Art After Dark, Singapore Biennale, Centre 42’s Late Night Texting, Neon Lights Festival, Singapore Night Festival, Singapore International Festival of The Arts’ The O.P.E.N.

www.soniakwek.squarespace.com (*not updated since 2019)
Artist

Tan Biyun


My work interrogates contemporary issues to deconstruct the society we live in. I was an MOE teacher and am currently teaching at tertiary institutions. I also conduct art based workshops for schools.

www.tanbiyun.site


(1) Experiment together.

Creative independence feels exciting and liberating because we are our own bosses, right? But it can get lonely and precarious too, especially when we get stuck with a problem. Why not pull our resources together and share ideas, tools, opportunities, joys and worries? In this project, we will take turns to teach, learn and make something. Join us in this journey of peer support, collective wisdom and joint creativity!


(2) Teach the untaught and unteachable.

Teach something useless, weird, funny, obscure, surprising, embarrassing, stupid. Teach something useful that you wish were taught back in school. Teach what you’re curious about, what you can’t quite grasp yourself yet, what you have no idea about. Fashion the workshop the way you like it: to impart skills or knowledge; or to collect inputs from participants, which you then transform into a piece. Your workshop could itself be the piece.


(3) Learn your way.

We all learn differently. Is there a lesson that you, we or the world needs? Tell us what and how you wish to learn. If you could turn the classroom upside down, or inside out, what does it look like? Feel free to chime in when somebody else is facilitating, but engage respectfully with one another during and beyond workshop time. Your learning tools, processes and/or notes could make up your work.


(4) Make a small but meaningful thing.

Do something interesting, using skills or ideas from your art practice, which does not have to be art. It can be completely unrelated to your practice, a thing that you do in your other life, a secret hobby. It needs not be connected in any obvious way with what you’ve learnt from the workshops.


(5) Decentralise sustainability.

A key goal of this project is to explore alternate models of sustaining art practice financially. By taking part in this project, you agree to be part of this experiment, where syllabus, contractual terms, and sales may involve the latest technology (e.g., blockchain) in negotiation between you (the artist) and us (organisers).