Zentai is a skin-tight full body suit made in lycra that was invented in Japan in the late ’80s. Invisible Whole 2 shows the influence of zentai on works by 9 international and Singaporean artists. Spanning photography, video, film, installation and performance, it explores the material and symbolic aspects of zentai—its similarity to human skin and long-held associations with freedom of expression. On 11 April, visitors are invited to take part in a special programme of performances, workshops and screenings that includes a session in aero yoga by Sophia Guan and Tobias Herbig and Zentai town, a performance with over 30 participants in and around the LASALLE campus.
Opening performance art by Lee Wen, Andrée Weschler, Bruce Quek, on 2 April 2015, 6.30pm
Time: 10 am – 6 pm (except 1.30 – 2.30 pm) Tuesday to Sunday, closed on Mondays and public holidays
Venue: Institute of Contemporary Arts, Earl Lu Gallery, Basement Mezzanine, LASALLE College of the Arts, 1 McNally Street, Singapore 187940
Directions: From the McNally St drop-off point, head to the left of the ‘Black Hole’ sculpture on the campus green. Walk across the linkway and take the stairs one level down to Earl Lu Gallery on the mezzanine.
When: 4 Apr - 10 May 2015,