Disappearing Moon Launch Event

Disappearing Moon celebrates the cross-cultural collaboration between artists S'porean Genevieve Chua and Briton Emma Critchley under our Artist-in-Residence Exchange (AiRx) programme. We also renewed our 'gentlemen's agreement' with the British Council, reinforcing our commitment to encouraging collaborations between artists from the two countries.

The MoU was first signed two years ago, leading to the first AiRx collaboration in 2011 between Singaporean and British visual artists Michael Lee and Bob Matthews.
We renewed our MoU with the British Council, reinforcing our commitment to encouraging collaborations between artists from the two countries.
The two visual artists spent three weeks in each other’s countries, interacting with arts communities and continuing research on their existing practice.
AiRx 2012 brings together two multidisciplinary artists, Singaporean Genevieve Chua and British Emma Critchley.
AiRx enables artists from Singapore and the United Kingdom to spend time in each other’s cities.
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