The Mill and creative collective, WeJungle, embark on a Demolition Art initiative to celebrate beauty amidst chaos - through the charming old bones of an iconic building that has emerged as a creative symbol in a volatile world of creation and destruction.
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HOW DOES IT WORK: we've found artists, we've found a T-Shirt factory, we've combined them together. Click on the catalogue link where you'll be able to have a look at all the tees, and order whichever you want.
All you need to do is choose your size and pay online, and on the party day, you'll come over to pick up your wonderful order and shake your booty, plus meet the artists.
LIVE MUSIC PERFORMANCE by
Late-night hit the dance floor MUSIC by
Marcoweibel (Darker Than Wax)
William J (Darker Than Wax)
RAH (Darker Than Wax)
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Set in one of the cutest, top salons in town, we are pleased to present the works that you've all been peeking at on FB and what not.
This year its all about better trash. We mean it has always been about trash, drop by to see before its all gone!
OPEN : 11:00-21:00 | Thursday 11:00-18:00
CLOSE : Every Monday & 3rd Thursday
Get set for an indie festival like no other as we take over an iconic building in its last days before it goes down and becomes yet another formless CBD skyscraper.. We’ll be taking over the grounds of this former school and soon-to-be former arts hub with the send off it deserves. There will be awesome sounds from the Kilowatt DJ collective, live band performances, live art installations, twisted beat spoken word performances and much much more.
Expect a cool crowd, great vibe, and get ready to dance to the beat; out of sight is never out of mind.
THIS IS A BYOB/MASS PICNIC EVENT so come stocked up with drinks, food, rugs and be ready to raid 7-11!!!
Entrance donation, drop us some bills, give as you please.
“Yesterday we obeyed kings and bent our necks before emperors. But today we kneel only to truth, follow only beauty and obey only love.” – Kahlil Gibran
Your sensory providers/stimulators,
Jaime One Drop
Lupa & The Superstars
Ng Sze Kiat
Rendy Bleki Putra
Abdul Azim Awalluddin
The Zeitgeist Movement Singapore
And MANY MORE!!!
Welcome to the world of illustration.
Almost Out of Sight exhibition is a precursor to the soon-to-come Art/Music festival, Out of Sight at the soon-to-be torn down TAPAC. Today we are selecting the island's most anticipated illustrators.
Ng Sze Kiat’s work is a journey of exploration into myriads of dimensions that ignites your imagination to freedom.
Dan Wong who is already on our bandwagon is also another illustrator addressing the island's reality in a comical way, pin pointing the issues that all islanders face, temporary or permanent.
Ka'a is a duo, in the realm of illustrative graffiti, capturing moments of our time from a critical perspective.
Donna and Rendy are newcomers to our realm. Being still in academia, their young perception casts us a glimpse of ideal fantasy in this gruesome world.
Nature when translated into contour creates a world of imagination. Translating reality to an expression fabricated by hand and mind creates an entrance to an interpretation of each and individual artists's reality.
Look into these unique stories of the same world; our world. Through various lenses of perception, we enter the world of interpreted reality.
Welcome to the world of ILLUSTRATION.
THIS EXHIBITION IS A PRE-SHOW OF SEVERAL ARTISTS WHO WILL BE SHOWCASED AT THE OUT OF SIGHT FESTIVAL ON 23RD FEBRUARY. FOLLOWING WHICH A PARTY WILL CONTINUE UPSTAIRS AT NIGHT AND DAY BAR. COME PREPARED TO BE BLOWN AWAY BY ARTISTS SOME OF WHICH ARE UNKNOWN, SPEAKING TRUTHS THROUGH THEIR ART. ONCE AGAIN FOLLOW US DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE AND ALMOST OUT OF SIGHT.
We are pleased to present the island’s most real and truthful mirror to the underground. This exhibition has been planned by WeJungle and City Nomads as equal partners in crime.
The exhibition show “POP’n CHAOS” is dedicated to the talents of the grounds of Singapore. Today as the world rests on chaotic accounts of unresolved issues, we the Singaporean artists must resemble the idle moment of truth without pretense.
Each artist has been chosen to resemble the true face of Singapore at its current state. From total chaos to pretense without pretension, the exhibition will feature 5 artists that represents what this island is all about.
- We Jungle aims to portray the ever-changing minds of humanity through the lens of a Singaporean collective.
- Ka’a to deploy street graffiti art through a more formal presentation to address the voice of the people.
- Kitt Santos’s drawing explores the fantasy-surreal mindset of globally influenced Singapore.
- Edward Chan’s illustrations contemplates a crowded and intricate dark nature that has been denatured on the island state.
- Dan Wong’s work seeks to entertain audiences, a circus show casting futility of life like a cat chasing after a laser pointer.
- Beng explores to portray the nature of the socio-political dilemma which we struggle to announce.
The exhibition design will feature Singaporean Audio/Visual sub-contractor Pressure Funk and psychedelic trance Dj Nstomp’s lycra installation to accompany the environment in subtle disfigurement.
RUNNING FROM 13th-19th DEC
Opening Hours 12pm-9pm
8pm till late
70 River Valley Road, #01-15
LED light dance performance by Hehzee
Spoken word performance by Nabilah H