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Singapore Biennale 2011 : Open House
Beat Streuli
Story Lines (New York Singapore Oct / Nov10), 2011
Three-channel video with sound
Dimensions variable
Courtesy Beat Streuli and Eve Presenhuber, Zurich

Singapore Biennale 2011 : Open House

Song-Ming Ang » Candice Breitz » Genevieve Chua » Phil Collins » Omer Fast » Gülsün Karamustafa » Leopold Kessler » Charles Lim » Jill Magid » Tracey Moffatt » Matt Mullican » Rubén Ramos Balsa » Martha Rosler » Tan Sam » Charles Sandison » Taryn Simon » Beat Streuli » Superflex (Jakob Fenger, Rasmus Nielsen, Bjørnstjerne Christiansen) » The Propeller Group » Ryan Trecartin » Charlie White » Ming Wong »

Exhibition: 13 Mar – 15 May 2011

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Singapore Biennale 2011 : Open House
Candice Breitz
Factum, 2010
17-channel video installation consisting of 7 dual-channel and one tri-channel installation, 17 hard drives
Courtesy Candice Breitz, The Power Plant, Toronto, with Partners in Art, Kaufmann Repetto, Milan and White Cube, London

THE SINGAPORE BIENNALE 2011 OPENS ITS DOORS TO ONE AND ALL 161 works by 63 artists from 30 countries to be featured The third edition of the Singapore Biennale (SB2011) opens its doors to the public from this Sunday, 13 March to 15 May 2011. Led by Artistic Director Matthew Ngui and curators Russell Storer and Trevor Smith, SB2011 Open House is organised by the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) of the National Heritage Board and supported by the National Arts Council, Singapore. 63 artists from 30 countries are presenting 161 works across four exhibition venues – SAM and SAM at 8Q, the National Museum of Singapore, Old Kallang Airport and Marina Bay. The exhibition title, Open House, is conceived not as a theme but as an invitation. It examines the often fiercely guarded boundaries between public and private, and the manner in which differences may be bridged through interaction and exchange. Focusing on the process of making art rather than defining its final destination, SB2011 looks at these artistic journeys in relation to the ordinary transactions and encounters we participate in every day. With its focus on artistic processes, the third Singapore Biennale marks the highest proportion of artists to date who are presenting new site-specific commissions or premieres – 34 artists or 54 % of all participating artists. It also has the strongest Asian and local representation to date, with more than 40% of the artists (27 out of 63) hailing from Asia and nine Singaporeans artists in all. Artistic Director Matthew Ngui and his team state, “We make sense of our surroundings based on the context we are in. Similarly, our focus on contemporary artistic process is also related to the everyday urban environment from which they come. As we lower our defenses and begin to appreciate the exchanges of ideas and viewpoints, we will come to realise how art can create possibilities, crossing thresholds and borders between private and public, at home and the city.” Artists include Candice Breitz, who will be premiering her entire multi-channel video installation Factum at SAM at 8Q, in which seven sets of identical twins (and one set of identical triplets) speak candidly about their lives; and Martha Rosler, whose community garden project at Old Kallang Airport, realised in collaboration with the local artists, students and community groups, considers particular histories and narratives of Singapore. Other participating artists include Charles Sandison, Elmgreen & Dragset, Martin Creed, Phil Collins and Rafael Lozano-Hemmer.

Singapore Biennale 2011 : Open House
Gülsün Karamustafa
The City and the Secret Panther Fashion (still), 2007
Single-channel HD video
13:00 mins
Courtesy of Gülsün Karamustafa and Rodeo Gallery, Istanbul
Singapore Biennale 2011 : Open House
Ryan Trecartin
Roamie View: History Enhancement (Re'Search Wait'S), 2009-2010
Duration: 28 minutes, 23 seconds HD Video.
Courtesy Ryan Trecartin and Courtesy Ryan Trecartin and Elizabeth Dee, New York
Singapore Biennale 2011 : Open House
Superflex
Flooded McDonald's, 2009
Single-channel RED video
21:00 mins
Courtesy Superflex and Peter Blum Gallery, Los Angeles
Photo: Singapore Art Museum