31 August 2010

Uniquely Singapore? a generi-City project

Creative [SIN]ergy presents,
Uniquely Singapore? a generi-City project.

This project is supported by the Singapore International Foundation (SIF), Contact Singapore, Singapore Tourism Board and Singapore Symphony Orchestra.

Uniquely Singapore? a generi-City project, is the name of a group exhibition showcasing works from the diverse creative industries from UK based Singaporeans and is part of the London Design festival.

Uniquely Singapore? a generi-City project, opens at The Crypt Gallery on Euston Road with a private view and reception on 16 September 2010 from 6:30 - 9:00pm and the exhibition will continue to 19 September 2010.

This exhibition includes Uniquely Singapore, Distinctively London? An Architectural Photographic exhibition derived from ongoing conversations on generic spaces between six pairs of architects and architectural students in London and Singapore over the past year. An online version of this dialogue was launch during The London Festival of Architecture. This exhibition will conclude on 19 September with a discussion forum comprising of correspondents' presentation, followed by a panel discussion. Panellists include, Kathryn Firth (Director of Urban Design, PLP Architecture), William Tan (Architect, Zaha Hadid Architects) and Ting-Ting Zhang (Architect, Studio Egret West)

Also featured in Uniquely Singapore? a generi-City project, are works from Lilia Yip (Fashion Designer), Karen Yeh (Fine Artist), Johnny Gao (Architect and Photographer) and Shangyi Xie (Fine Artist).

Crypt Gallery, St Pancras Church, Euston Road, London NW1 2BA

16 – 19 September 2010

16 September 2010, Thursday, 6.30 - 9.00pm