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ARTiculAction Art Review // Special Issue // 2016 Edition

Proud to present a new interview and feature I recently did for ARTiculation Art Review magazine. Have a read.

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Flux will be exhibiting at the Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne from the 18th to 31st March 2016 as part of the In Flux group exhibition. Come on down on the opening (18th) from 6-9pm.

Watch FLUX here: https://vimeo.com/130094341

Also, just an update that I’m currently doing an Artist in Residence at Instinc Art Space Singapore for a month and will be presenting a solo exhibition of the work from the 7th to 9th April 2016 (Friday to Sunday). More details to come in the following weeks. It’s my first artist residency so any support will be greatly appreciated.

Address: 12 Eu Tong Sen Street, soho2@central #04-163, 059819

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Nigel Tan – Singapore/Melbourne

A new feature and interview I recently did for the 365 Days Artist online website. It is  a collaborative project by Frank Juarez Gallery and Greymatter Gallery that features 365 artists from around the world. Click on the link above and check it out.

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Presenting a brand new work titled Nature Nurture, at the Lasalle College of Arts, WINSTEDT CAMPUS, Singapore from the 5th to the 13th of December 2015. Come say hi on the opening night (5th) from 7pm.

NigelTan1 Screenshot of Nature Nurture, 2015

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SOC – volume II

I recently participated in a sonic art project organized by Soundlab titled “soundCOLLECTIVE” – collective trauma, identity and sonic art, featuring multiple sound artists from around the world tackling the theme of trauma and identity. I submitted my piece ‘The Train of Thought’ (https://vimeo.com/89917478) as part of the project. Click on the link above to check out the piece as well as find out more about the project and the other participants.

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http://placesmag.net/2015/08/08/nigel-tan-soundscapes/

An interview I did recently for Places Magazine, an independent culture publication dedicated to the exploration of Australia’s creative environments, social issues and innovative thinkers.

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https://www.melbournefringe.com.au/program/event/view/5bffe78d-03df-4b1e-9ceb-0285ae234134

Three of the videos contributed by Kevin Leong for an older project #30 has been chosen to be part of this years Melbourne Fringe Festival’s Film Program screening at Federation Square, Melbourne. This will be screened on the 17th of September (Thursday) from 6 – 7pm together with 10 other wonderful films. You can check out the full list with more information in the link above. Come on down and say hi.

Check out more of Kevin’s work at http://www.kevinleongg.com/
He has been a frequent collaborator and we’ve worked on projects such as Tethered.

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Urban Materiality group exhibit taking place at the Brunswick Street Gallery from August 21 – 3 September 2015. Opening is 6-9pm on the Friday 21st August. I’ll be exhibiting a new sound installation work ‘Reflections of’ .

We are a generation of fear acclimatized to comfort. We have a short attention span. We are afraid to be disconnected, to be alone. We are bored. We are afraid of being overly connected and transparent. We fear solitude and the unknown. Fear of silence. Fear of noise. We have muted the environment. We have become unnatural and over-reliant. We have forgotten what it means to be free.

Reflections of is the representation of our everyday. What we choose to see, hear, taste and touch. It seeks to bring awareness and probe the façade of our daily lives. Are we truly aware of our what we want or are we just creatures of habit?

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11420815_107369146277877_2099538124_nThree Acts, a series of three older works, will be exhibiting in gallery 6 of 69 Smith Street Gallery from 29 July to 16 August 2015. Opening is Saturday 1st August from 4-6pm. Come on down and say hi, drinks on me.

Featured works:

Act i – Deceiful Desire
Act ii – Train of Thought
Act iii – Abandonment

To watch head over to http://www.vimeo.com/nigeltan

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Nigel Tan - The Collective Psyche

I’m extremely excited to present my first solo exhibit, ‘The Collective Psyche’, this whole July at the CASPA Gallery in Castlemaine. Featuring an eclectic mix of old and new works, these installations were carefully chosen to accentuate the space and react as a whole. To those who live around or plan to visit the area, drop by everyday from 10-4pm. I’ll be sitting the gallery on the weekends so do come down and say hi.

Special thanks to Sheryl Yeo for the brilliantly designed poster as well as Kevin and Poon for helping with the installation.

View some images taken by Kevin from the opening night at http://nivekgnoel.tumblr.com/post/123333884093/nigel-tan-collective-psyche

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I’ll be presenting Flux, a brand new collaborative audiovisual work, featuring Australian contemporary dancer Francesca Meale at the Japan Creative Centre Singapore from the 23rd of May 2015 to the 5th of June as part of the Zentai Art Festival‘s Invisible Whole 3. I’ll be there on Saturday the 23rd from 2 to 6pm. Come on down and say hi.

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An interview on Cognizance I did for Stigmarts ‘Videofocus March Special Issue’. Featuring interviews of 13 other filmmakers and videoartists from around the world.

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