16 - 30 NOV
6.30PM TO 10PM
Experience an unique encounter with an artist through their intimate and personal responses to The Substation.
Over the years, countless artists have found a home here. What stories about the space can they tell? Through encounters as varied as a re-imagination of archives, a performance lecture, and one-to-one music performances, artists reflect upon the significance of The Substation as a site for artistic practice.
Performances run every half hour from 6.30pm to 10pm. Each performance will be an exclusive encounter for a small party. To participate, please register below.
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P01 – Rethinking Music (again): Borders and Gaps
16 NOVEMBER, WEDNESDAY • 6.30PM—10PM
Bani Haykal. Confronting the borders and gaps that make up our relationship with music through a series of discussions and performances.
P03 – Blink
18 NOVEMBER, FRIDAY • 6.30PM—10PM
Suhaimi Subandie. Reliving days at The Substation garden through music, sound and noise.
P05 – HOPE
20 NOVEMBER, SUNDAY • 6.30PM—10PM
Kok Heng Leun. Generating dialogue on the transformative experience of art. How can art bring hope to us in trying times?
P07 – Ethnocacophony series
23 NOVEMBER, WEDNESDAY • 6.30PM—10PM
Kai Lam. Presenting the spatial qualities of The Substation through a sonic challenge. What does the historicity of a performance site sound like?
P09 – Tranimal Tracks / Take Cover
25 November, friday • 6.30PM—10PM
Marla Bendini. A rumination of live recordings, a memorised flow of articulations at the present.
P11 – Night (date of performance)
27 NOVEMBER, SUNDAY • 6.30PM—10PM
Lai Yu Tong. Enveloping The Substation with a rumbling ambient buzz; overwhelming but not extravagant, subtle but ever-present, rugged but not repulsive, and loud but quiet in its own right.
30 NOVEMBER, WEDNESDAY • 6.30PM—10PM
Dharma. Turning the experience of punk, hardcore, metal, indie rock and other sub-genres of rock on its head through a live improvisation of sound and composition.