Singapore Biennale 2022 presents artists and collaborators
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October 16, 2022–March 19, 2023
We gave the Singapore Biennale 2022 a name. We called it Natasha. Now, Natasha is joined by many other names.
Aarti Sunder, Adele Tan, Alfian Sa’at, Afifa Aleiby, Ali Yass, Ang Kia Yee, Angkrit Ajchariyasophon, Araya Rasdjamreansook, Areumnari Ee, Åsa Sonjasdotter, Assem Hendawi, AWKNDAFFR, Berny Tan, Billy Yong, Brian Fuata, Brightworkroom, Cevdet Erek, CONA PROJECTS, Daniel Lie, Daniela Zambrano, Denise Ferreira da Silva, Doa Aly, Drew Kahu‘āina Broderick, Donghwan Kam, Elaine W. Ho, Elina Waage Mikalsen, Erika Tan, Extended.Asia, Firas Shehadeh, Flora Weil, Haegue Yang, Hemali Bhuta, Heman Chong, Huruf, ila, Jeamin Cha, Jeannine Tang, Joo Jae Hwan, Kiraṇ Kumār, Kim Hyona, Kim Inkyung, Koon Kwon, Kym Jinhong, Kyungtae Kim, Lucy Davis, Malaeb, Maile Meyer, Maya West, mediabus, Moad Musbahi, Na Jeong Suk, Natasha Tontey, Nina bell F. House Museum, No Ghost Just a Shell of the Van Abbemuseum collection featuring the works by Angela Bulloch & Imke Wagener, Pierre Huyghe & Philippe Parreno, Richard Phillips, Rirkrit Tiravanija, M/M (Paris), and Liam Gillick, Nuraini Juliastuti, Ong Kian Peng, Pratchaya Phinthong, Raed Ibrahim, Ranu Mukherjee, Renée Staal, Samia Halaby, Sarah Abu-Abdallah, Shin Beomsun, Shooshie Sulaiman, Soh Kay Min, S.O.I.L COMMUNITY, Sophia Park, Sungeun Lee, Tan Tarn How, Tini Aliman, Tith Kanitha, Trevor Yeung, Valentina Desideri, Wayne Lim, Wu Mali, Yejin Cho, Ying Que, Yoon Mi Ae, Zachary Chan, Zarina Muhammad
Our connection to biennale-making is altering as a result of giving the biennale a name. More is coming.
About the Singapore Biennale 2022
A remarkable lineup of more than 50 artists and collaborators for the 7th Singapore Biennale 2022 (SB2022), dubbed Natasha, was revealed. This edition of the Singapore Biennale, which was organized by the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) and commissioned by the National Arts Council, Singapore (NAC), welcomes the possibility of intimacy and spontaneity and considers the transforming power of life and its relationships.
Artists and collaborators from Singapore and other Southeast Asian nations, as well as Germany, India, Jordan, South Korea, the Netherlands, and other parts of the world, are welcome to work with Natasha. The Co-Artistic Directors have traveled extensively or now reside in these locations.
SB2022 Co-Artistic Directors, Binna Choi, Nida Ghouse, June Yap and Ala Younis, said, “While the COVID-19 pandemic suspended the rhythms of ordinary life, and caused the loss of many, we are now witnessing an accelerated process of normalisation, whether forced or voluntary. Visiting Natasha is not only to revisit how things were pre-pandemic, but to be conscious of the values and conditions most intensively experienced during pandemic time: regarding intimacy and necessity, of the unknown and the capacity to adapt, as well as realising other possibilities of living and relating to the world.”
From October 16, 2022, to March 19, 2023, the main event of the Singapore Biennale 2022 (SB2022) will take place at a variety of locations throughout Singapore, including Tanjong Pagar Distripark, Sentosa Cove, Lazarus Island, St. John’s Island, Yan Kit Playfield, Regional Libraries, SAM Residencies, and SAM Hoardings. From now until September 30, 2022, audiences can take advantage of a two-for-one early bird ticket promotion (only available in pairs). For more information on the curatorial concept, artists and collaborators, projects, and venues, please refer to the media release here.