Workshop with Ray Langenbach
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National Gallery Singapore
Sat & Sun 20 & 21 Jan 2024 | 2 - 6 pm | Rooftop Studio 1, Level 5, City Hall Wing
From mapping objects to family trees, this thought-provoking two-day workshop invites you to consider the impulses behind how we categorise things and their associated narratives. Conceptualised and facilitated by artist-educator Ray Langenbach, participants will be led through several dialogue and co-creation exercises, will engage with their chosen objects and share stories about themselves in relation to the narratives drawn from selected artworks in the Gallery.
About the artist
Ray Langenbach (b. 1948, USA) creates conceptual artworks and performances, convenes gatherings, and writes on cultural theory, performance and queer culture. He has presented his work throughout Asia-Pacific, Europe and the United States, and has curated exhibitions and performance events in Malaysia, Singapore, Palestine, USA and Germany. Langenbach’s writings on Southeast Asian performance, propaganda and visual culture and have appeared in journals and books. His video archive of Southeast Asian demonstrations, socio-political events and performances resides at Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong; the International Institute for Social History, Amsterdam; National Gallery Singapore; Singapore Art Museum and Fukuoka Museum of Art. His documentary videos were recently screened at documenta fifteen. Formerly Professor of Live Art and Performance Studies, University of the Arts Helsinki, Langenbach is currently the Star Foundation Professor of Artistic Research, Creative Industries, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia.
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