Kongo and KA’a at the Rojak Rendez-vous

Kongo and Kaa at the Rojak Rendez-vous

Singaporean urban art collective RSCLS presents the Rojak Rendezvous- a 4 day festival celebrating French and Singaporean culture through the medium of urban art. The festival will see a ménage a trois of a live art jam, master class workshop and artist talk.

In an effort to encourage understanding of the art form, French artists Kongo and KA’a and Singaporean artists Antz, Clogtwo, Zero, SKL0 will share their unique practices - artistic practices that have been shaped by the unique urban landscapes of the cities that each artist hails from. From the streets of Narvaland and Paris to the back alleys of Jalan Besar and Arab Street, audiences will be taken on a journey to explore and understand the unique paradox of urban arts through the nozzles of these artists.

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14-15 March, 3pm-10pm LIVE ART JAM at The Substation. Artists Kongo, KA’a and RSCLS come together to create a mural on the walls of the Substation.

16 March, 12pm-6pm MASTER CLASS WORKSHOP at the RSCLS Studio. Learn technique, idea development and conceptualization from Kongo, KA’a or RSCLS. The workshop is conducted by each artist/ collective to a select number of applicants in an exclusive and intimate setting. Application for the Masterclass is now open. Send your name, age, contact number, email address and link to your online portfolio / 3 images of your past work to rscls.art@gmail.com. Shortlisted applicants will be notified.

17 March, 12pm-3pm ARTIST TALK at The Substation Theatre. Get into the brains of the invited artists and speakers in this personal artist talk as they share their unique practices; artistic practices that have been shaped by the unique urban landscapes that each artist hails from. Questions are open to the floor and dialogue is encouraged. This event is open for all. Speakers: Kongo (Fr), KA’a (Fr), ZERO (Sg), SKL0 (Sg), Trase One (Sg)

For more updates, please visit the RSCLS page on Facebook.

Dernière modification : 13/03/2013

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