Singapore Art Week

Whimsical works: Unique, intimate art experiences in 2019's Singapore Art Week

Sweep the floor to create art and exchange items for Robot Coins at IT mall Sim Lim Square at this year’s offbeat exhibits and installations

Unique and intimate art experiences feature prominently in this year’s Singapore Art Week (SAW) – the biggest visual arts celebration here.

Apart from mega light shows organised by National Gallery Singapore and big-ticket contemporary art fairs such as Art Stage Singapore and S.E.A. Focus, there will be a number of quirky exhibitions, including an interactive installation about household chores called Home(work), and one where artists create site-specific works at Sim Lim Square – better known for selling functional electronics than displaying art.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on January 15, 2019, with the headline 'Whimsical works'. Subscribe