#SGABF2021    visitor registration open now    05—07.03.2021    friday—sunday    12—8pm    LOCATION 1 of 2: ntu cca sg    location 2 of 2: 72-13   

#SGABF2021    VISITOR REGISTRATION NOW OPEN    05—07.03.2021    FRI—SUN    12—8pm   NTU CCA SG & 72-13   

VISITOR REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.

Visitors will be given 1 hour. Entry is on the hour.


ABOUT THE LOCATION


A leading international art institution, NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore is a platform, host, and partner creating and driven by dynamic thinking in its three-fold constellation: Exhibitions, Residencies Programme, and Revvvvsearch and Academic Education.

A national research centre for contemporary art of Nanyang Technological University, the Centre focuses on Spaces of the Curatorial. It brings forth innovative and experimental forms of artistic and curatorial practices that intersect the present and histories of contemporary art embedded in social-political spheres with other fields of knowledge.


HEALTH & SAFETY AT #SGABF2021


Safe Distancing
Maintain a distance of 1 metre between yourself and others.
Wear a Mask   
Wear a mask over your nose and mouth at all times.
Wash Your Hands 
Sanitise your hands and avoid touching your face.

Your temperature will be taken at the door before you enter. If it is above 37.5°C, you will not be allowed entry into the fair.

GETTING HERE


NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore
Block 43 Malan Road, Gillman Barracks Singapore 109443


By MRT
Nearest MRT Train Station: Labrador Park (Circle Line station CC27)
Walking Directions from Labrador Park Station (~10 mins):
1. Exit Labrador Park station via Exit A and walk towards Alexandra Road.
2. Stay on the opposite side of the road from Alexandra Retail Centre (ARC) Shopping Mall.
3. At the first bus stop, take the sheltered walkway on your right into Gillman Barracks.


By Bus
Nearest Bus Stop: Along Alexandra Road, Opposite Alexandra Point (Bus Stop Number 15059)
Available Buses: 51, 57, 61, 83, 97, 97e, 100, 166, 175, 408, 963 or 963E
Walking Directions from Bus Stop:
1. Turn left as you alight from the bus and walk along Alexandra Road.
2. Turn right onto Malan Road.


By Car or Taxi
Gillman Barracks is accessible via 2 entrances:
1. Malan Road (turn in from Alexandra Road) [Main Entrance]
2. Lock Road (turn in from Depot Road)
Gillman Barracks is near key landmarks such as The Interlace condominium and Alexandra Retail Centre (ARC) Shopping Mall.

1.01

Knuckles & Notch [SG]
Started in 2014, Knuckles & Notch is a Risograph publishing and print studio with a love for maniacal colours and bizarre ideas. Never conventional, Knuckles & Notch actively collaborates with creatives from a wide range of backgrounds to push the boundaries of printmaking in Singapore. Celebrating the non-conformists, they engage life with humour and whimsy, facing challenges head on.
knucklesandnotch.com


1.02

You Want Zines? [SG]
Local illustrator Anngee Neo and comic artist Weng Pixin make zines when they are not devoting their energy to their professional work. These zines are the fruits of their rest breaks and their creative energies put together into a medium that allows them to continually practice the love of their craft: drawing, writing, and mostly creating art that is accessible to others.
anngee.sg | pixmadeobjects.com


1.03

Cat Hu [SG]
is a Singaporean artist who works primarily in sculpture. She occasionally makes books to organise and make sense of some of the things that she collects and discover while she goes about her business.
catherinehuart.com


1.04

Plant Press [SG]
is a print studio based in Singapore. They collaborate, produce, and distribute printed materials with a focus on topics related to art and botany. Plant Press is run by artist and scientific botanical illustrator Loh Xiang Yun. 
lohxiangyun.com


1.05

Atelier HOKO [SG]
(2020) is an independent research lab that focuses on the study of the growing disengagement between people, things, and space. The atelier hopes to cultivate in people an open-ness and ability to un-know, bringing about a heightened curiosity towards all phenomena by taking a fresh look at reality. It was founded by Alvin Ho and Clara Koh.
atelierhoko.com


1.06

NTU CCA Singapore [SG]
A leading international art institution, NTU CCA Singapore is a platform, host, and partner creating and driven by dynamic thinking in its three-fold constellation: Exhibitions; Residencies Programme; Research and Academic Education. A national research centre for contemporary art of Nanyang Technological University, the Centre focuses on Spaces of the Curatorial. It brings forth innovative and experimental forms of emergent artistic and curatorial practices that intersect the present and histories of contemporary art embedded in social-political spheres with other fields of knowledge.
ntu.ccasingapore.org


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Motto Books [DE]
is a bookstore and publisher specialized in books, zines, artists’ publications and editions. Physically located in Berlin, Motto distributes more than 150 publishers to a more than a 100 locations worldwide.
mottodistribution.com

1.07

ampulets [SG]
is an independent art and design studio. They also make publications and objects under the product label Neighbourgoods.
ampulets.com

1.08

Now & Again [SG]
is a celebration of new ideas — the sudden outburst of inspiration that comes from the least likely of places. It is a platform for collaboration, creative discussion, and pushing the boundaries of what we know. Acting as a sort of sketchbook, each edition reflects on the many ways of interpreting a simple theme through a mix of individual projects and collaborations, reflecting diverse personal perspectives.
nowagainmag.com


1.09

Holycrap [SG]
is an art collective consisting of a family of four. They are the publishers of the award winning RUBBISH FAMzine, and recently exhibited at the Singapore International Photography Festival.
holycrap.sg


1.10

OFFCUT [SG]
is an initiative by Allegro Print to reduce paper waste and repurpose waste paper from our print production process. Excess space within a print job is utilised to minimise actual offcuts in production, creating our own stationery designs. Inevitable paper waste is repurposed into refreshed stationery. Through its own retail space, the ‘Paper Thrift Store’, OFFCUT is able to inspire and demonstrate that repurposed products can be affordable and thoughtfully designed without compromising quality.
allegro-print.com


1.11

Art & Market [SG]
(A&M) is a multimedia platform presenting specialist content on Southeast Asian art, with a focus on its community’s artistic, curatorial and business practices.
artandmarket.net


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Art Agenda, S.E.A. [SG & ID]
(AASEA) is an art advisory that specialises in post-war and modern Asian art from the 1930s to the 1980s. Under our advisory and curatorial arms, we provide personalised services that accommodate the needs of both private and corporate clients.
artagendasea.org

1.12

National Gallery Singapore [SG]
is a visual arts institution which oversees the largest public collection of modern Singapore and Southeast Asian art. The Gallery publishes books on the visual arts of Singapore and Southeast Asia. Its core genres include exhibition catalogues, Southeast Asian art research, general titles and children’s books.
nationalgallery.sg/discover-learn/publications


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Singapore Art Museum [SG]
has built one of the world’s most important public collections of Southeast Asian contemporary artworks, with a growing component in international contemporary art. Publishing on contemporary Southeast Asian art-making and art-thinking, the SAM imprint comprises exhibition catalogues, artist monographs, research publications and general titles.
singaporeartmuseum.sg/about/publications

1.13

STPI [SG]
is a dynamic creative workshop and contemporary art gallery based in Singapore. Established in 2002, STPI is a not-for-profit organisation committed to promoting artistic experimentation in the mediums of print and paper. It has become one of the most cutting-edge destinations for contemporary art in Asia.
stpi.com.sg


1.14

Asian Film Archive [SG]
(AFA) was founded in 2005 as a non-profit organisation. Its mission is to preserve the rich film heritage of Asian Cinema, encourage scholarly research on film, and promote a wider critical appreciation of this art form. In January 2014, the AFA became a subsidiary of the National Library Board. The AFA is an affiliate of the International Federation of Film Archives (FIAF), an institutional member of the Southea st Asia-Pacific Audiovisual Archive Association (SEAPAVAA) and the Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA).
asianfilmarchive.org


1.15

SUTD Architecture and Sustainable Design (ASD) [SG]
is part of the young Singapore University of Technology and Design, which was established in collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2012. With distribution partner Asiapac Books, ASD presents their new publications, including the award-winning 粵海清廟:建築與歷史的對話 (Wak Hai Cheng Bio: A Dialogue between Architecture and History) by Professor Yeo Kang Shua, and the Inform/Reform Series on Artificial & Architectural Intelligence Design and Housing.


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Asiapac Books [SG]
is an independent publishing house specialising in illustrated books.
asiapacbooks.com


1.16

Queer Zine Room
Curated by Queer ZineFest SG, Queer Zine Room 2021 foregrounds the voices of the LGBTQIA+ community, especially those from marginalised groups and communities.

Queer Zine Library
The Queer Zine Library — a mish-mash of zines, resources and other fun things by Queer ZineFest SG, Squelch Zines, and wares infoshop. 100% of the library’s proceeds will go to supporting needs from people in the wares mutual aid community.

1.17

LUCY’S DICTIONARY OF FEMININITY
Presented by A Stubborn Bloom, Lucy’s Dictionary of Femininity is an anthology of feminine objects and femininity. By assembling these objects into an alphabetical and curated system, this dictionary seeks to reframe domestically-feminine objects that are conventionally perceived as objects and signs of weakness, imbuing them with contemporary notions of strength.
The showcase will be accompanied by a video, ‘Home Economics with A Stubborn Bloom’, that takes its cues from home economics textbooks used in secondary schools in Singapore in the 1970s and 1980s.

1.18

SG Art Book Library
An initiative of SGABF, the SG Art Book Library is a growing catalogue of published print materials that explore the creative possibilities of art book publishing to generate meaningful discourse.

1.19

Art Books:A Beginner’s Guide
An introductory series for creatives who are interested in making their own books or are looking to publish their own projects. Each episode contains a seminar on art book making, followed by a conversation with Singapore-based practitioners.

1.20

Book Launches
Presented by NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore at the Single Screen. Limited capacity of 25 pax. Registration is required.


Culture City. Culture Scape.

FRI, 05.03.2021
5.00 — 6.30PM

This book documents a public art commission at Mapletree Business City II, featuring works by artists Dan Graham, Tomás Saraceno, Yinka Shonibare CBE, and Zul Mahmod. The curators’ reflective essays and conversations with the artists and the Chairman of Mapletree Investments Pte Ltd underscore the significance of art in public space.


SentAp!

Sat, 06.03.2021
2.30 — 3.30PM

This publication for the exhibition Campur, Tolak, Kali, Bahagi, Sama Dengan (Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divide, Equals), a solo project by late and cherished artist Roslisham Ismail aka Ise, takes the format of a special issue of SentAp!, the magazine founded by curator Nur Hanim Khairuddin and Ise in 2005.

Engaging with Contemporary Art and Spaces of the Curatorial — A Resource Guide for Educators

Sat, 06.03.2021
4.00 — 5.00PM

Contemporary art is an excellent educational resource that lends itself to inquiry-based and experiential learning, and encourages creativity, self-expression, and critical thinking. By introducing the Centre’s past exhibitions and programmes, this guide helps educators explore cross-disciplinary subjects and pedagogical strategies while engaging with contemporary art and spaces of the curatorial.
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For further enquiries, please contact us at info@singaporeartbookfair.org.


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