The architecture of the City Hall and former Supreme Court buildings may be imagined as an ongoing conversation between different generations across time. Spanning two galleries and a connecting walkway, the inaugural exhibition at the ArchiGallery offers insights into the enduring histories and architectural designs of the two national monuments and their dramatic transformations into a home for Southeast Asian art. It also features never-before-seen artefacts excavated from the Gallery’s grounds, and a commissioned sonic artwork by artist Zai Tang that draws on the historical, social and spatial memories created in the buildings.
Venue: National Gallery Singapore, ArchiGallery
When: 16 Jun - 31 Dec 2017,