Unseen: Constellations Art Exhibition @ Objectifs
Mar 18 @ 12:00 pm – Apr 17 @ 7:00 pm


Chapel Gallery & Lower Gallery, Objectifs 
18 Mar to 17 April 2016 
Tue to Sat, 12pm to 7pm / Sun, 12pm to 4pm
Opening: 18 Mar 2016, 7pm


Public Sharing: Meet our Students and Mentors
A public sharing session and guided tour of the exhibition by the students and mentors. This is a free event, but pre-registration via Peatix is required.

26 Mar, Sat, 3pm – 5pm:
3 Apr, Sun, 1.30pm – 3.30pm:

Unseen: Conversations Across The Constellation
2 April, Sat
2pm – 430pm
Lower Gallery, Objectifs

Moderated by socially-engaged art platform Brack, this panel discussion coalesces themes explored in the publication. Please view the event page here:

Artist Alecia Neo presents Unseen: Constellations from 18 March 2016 to 17 April 2016 at Objectifs. A two-year long project initiated by artist Alecia Neo, Unseen: Constellations provides a platform for seven youths who live with visual-impairment to explore their self-identities and dreams through art. Through a creative process led by the artist, students and the collaborators, the project will be presented as a large-scale multi-sensory installation comprising of seven distinctive tents.

Unseen: Conversations Across The Constellation (Open to Public) @ Objectifs
Apr 2 @ 2:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Circle 1

Closed-Door Artist Workshop (By invite only)
10 – 12.30pm
Venue: Objectifs, Workshop Lab

Artist collaborators of Unseen: Shift Lab discusses issues and reflections from the workshop with Dialogue in the Dark, Malaysia.

Unseen: Conversations Across The Constellation (Open to Public)
2pm – 4.30pm
Venue: Objectifs, Lower Gallery

Moderated by socially-engaged art platform Brack, this panel discussion coalesces themes explored in the publication including:
– how persons with disability experience their public and private spaces and selves
– the social engagement of art projects such as Unseen: Constellations and Unseen: Shift Lab
– Alternative education systems that inspire learning and reflexivity

Ms Penny Chong: Teacher at Ahmad Ibrahim Secondary School (Singapore)
Mr Allen Lim: Founder of ConversationCircles (Singapore)
Mr Christopher Ling: Founder of theatrethreesixty (Kuala Lumpur)
Ms Alecia Neo: Founder of Unseen Art Ltd. (Singapore)
Mr Ng Chor Guan and Ms Tan E-Jan: Founders of Toccata Studio (Kuala Lumpur)
Mr Tay Lai Hock: Founder of Ground-Up Initiative (GUI) Kampung Kampus (Singapore)

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This is exactly why Brack is interested in how socially engaged art engages with a community or society, and seeks to experiment in those very engagements—through the way we write, the way we work with artists, and the way we engage with audiences.

BrackMag is a compact publication that aims to bridge art, audience, and context, becoming a great resource and engagement for anyone – artists, researchers, community workers – interested in art and its social interrelationships.

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This event is supported by the Singapore International Foundation.