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On show at Chan Hampe Galleries – works by leading Australian and Singaporean practitioners that challenge the notions of art and design.



May 17th, 2011

From 21 May to 4 June, Chan Hampe Galleries in Singapore, in collaboration with Australia’s Spiro Grace Art Rooms, will play host to a unique exhibition of one-off limited edition works by well-known Australian and Singaporean practitioners whose individual practices challenge the notions of art and design.


Idea of a Clock by Singapore’s Hans Tan


Twig 1/15 Mini (2011) by Australia’s Alexander Lotersztain

Curated by Jenni Baxter, Renai Grace, and Benjamin Hampe, Inter_play presents a unique opportunity for international cultural exchange and a playful exploration of cultural identity. Reflecting on the convergence of art and design disciplines, the exhibition brings to light the intricacies of interdisciplinary practice within contemporary cultural production in the Asia Pacific region.

Australian creatives on show:
Alexander Lotersztain
Chris Bosse
Kent Gration
Donna Marcus
Tegan Empson
Marc Harrison
KT Doyle
Stuart Williams
Matt Dwyer
Christina Waterson




Big Small Rain (2010) by Singapore’s Max Kong

Singaporean creatives:
Grace Tan
Hans Tan
Jason Lim
Max Kong
Jonathan Leong
Casey Chen
Safaruddin Abdul Hamid (Dyn)

Inter_play is held in partnership with Saturday in Design Singapore and Indesign Media Group.

Date: 21 May – 4 June 2011
Location: Chan Hampe Galleries @ Raffles Hotel Arcade #01-04
328 North Bridge Road
Opening hours: 11am – 7pm, daily

Hero image: Composition from 15 rectangles (2011) by Singapore’s Grace Tan

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