The Wuwei Performance Series, inspired by Laozi’s teachings of “non-action”, is a performance art event that is thought to be necessary in Singapore as the form is not as active as it once was. As the saying goes, “无为而无不为” (no action will come in necessary action). So this is the right time to be active.
This series of performances will take place in Your MOTHER Gallery.
I think it was sometime around 1985 that I realised my love for the retrovirus. I found myself consumed by their terrible beauty, their extraordinary pragmatism, unblinking cold cruelty and absolute devotion to efficient replication at the expense of others. HIV subsequently stole away two of my lovers. So, in retrospect, there was always a feeling of this third body in the bed. Their name was Deathwish. Bio: Ray Langenbach creates conceptual performances, convenes gatherings, writes on cultural theory, performance and queer culture. He currently serves as Professor of Creative Arts, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Kuala Lumpur. The Wuwei Performance Series is a periodical performance art event that is held in Singapore. This is the 8th edition of the series, which has been uploaded online due to the ongoing lockdowns and restrictions.
For Wu Wei Performance Series
Can you hear me
A sound performance art, this a duel person performance using hand make acoustic telephone and both of us will wear a look like speaker on the head, we will move around with this in the gallery bedroom veranda and kitchen. try to communicate or try to listen to each other.
Sound performance (30 to 45 minutes)
Jeremy Hiah has been involved in the arts since 1993. His works are about the social system, how one lives in society. He has explored many different art media and collaborated with many different artists working in a variety of fields. His works travelled to many different countries: Germany, Italy, Austria (for UNESCO Artists in Residency Vienna), Hong Kong, Vietnam, Indonesia, Australia, South Korea, Thailand and China, in different festivals, exhibitions and residencies.He has been an active organizer and member of The Artists Village and Sculpture Society (Singapore). Formerly, in 2001, he was Vice President of The Artist Village, and in 2005, the Vice President of Sculpture Society. Locally in Singapore, he has taught in numerous secondary schools, junior colleges and polytechnics. He established independent arts space Your MOTHER gallery in 2004. He was also the artistic director of Fetter-Field Performance Art Event held in 2006 and 2012. From 2011 to 2016, he was Artistic Director of Pulau Ubin Artists Residency Program.
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