We are almost done with the set up of our allocated space.
so... we took the chance to have some fun with the massive pile of papers.
'I remember, I forget' photo by Sean
'I remember, I forget' by Lina Adam was featured in a performance art event, 'Making Space, Body As Woman' in November last year. Intimate personal experiences were presented metaphorically with significant items (like the iconic teddy in a plate), in a dinner setting, in candlelight.
Taking you back in time once more, Lina Adam will revisit food items that have been used by local performance artists in a line up tomorrow evening in 'Experience the Culinary History of Singapore Performance Art'.
What else is going to be served? Is it going to be presented in a bento set or a buffet made before your eyes? Will there be helium-filled balloons for dessert? Well, you'll have to pop by to find out yourselves!
RSVP not required. See you there!
The menu has not been revealed, but we do know that Jantung Pisang, is one of the culinary items that will be served.
Lina mentions that, "Jantung Pisang is a well known project of Tang Da Wu which started as a workshop which I was lucky to attend. It culminated into an exhibition at The Substation, 1999."
Venue : 112A Rowell Road (walk-up)
Duration : 7pm till late
Other Info: Bring your own refreshments!
More about Lina Adam here
Mi Casa Su Casa proudly presents 'Experience the Culinary History of Singapore Performance Art re-presented by Lina Adam'.
You are invited to this live event which will begin at 7pm. Some light refreshments will be provided but if you do not wish to be disappointed, please BYO.
RSVP not required.
See you here at 112A Rowell Road!
Today marks the end of the Mi Casa Su Casa show! We're closing it with some performances(edited)! They will start at 7pm so see you there! Bring your own beer!
We have just ended an intense session with Jun & Zeek in TRANSLATIONS.
The blackout engulfed the room as live performance of electronic improvisation and incidental dissonance intertwined with familiar sounds - its entirety stimulated the automatic transcription akin to visual scores.
All of us, both participants and performers, were overwhelmed, and were more flabbergasted by the sharing session that continued after. Participants eagerly talked about the marks made that corresponded with the audio created in the progression and we attempted to decipher the meanings behind written symbols. It gave an insight into our subconscious mind, and the realization of a rather prominent Anima in one of the translations of our participant, as well as some form of Pareidolia in another.
We have a home, and we'd love to share it with you!