Created in collaboration with Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA) and research lab Atelier HOKO, the exhibition aims to examine the art of peeling and encourage audiences to slow down and revisit their everyday gestures and other menial tasks in the midst of a sensorially-overloaded world.
Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA)
Encourages the curiosity of the audience
Brings a higher level of interactivity than if it were a static exhibition
The exhibition incorporated augmented reality (AR) installations around the NAFA campus.
Visitors can use their personal devices to “peel away” surfaces to reveal hidden artworks and digital augmentations to their surroundings.
BRINGING THE IDEA TO LIFE
UNCOVERING THE ART OF EVERYDAY GESTURES
11 October 2022 (Tues) – 30 October 2022 (Sun)
11am – 7pm
Lim Hak Tai Gallery, NAFA Campus 1
80 Bencoolen St, Singapore 189655
Free admission, closed every Monday and on Public Holidays
17 exhibits at the Lim Hak Tai Gallery explore findings by Atelier HOKO and six of the academy’s design researchers.
An AR experience by The Doodle People affords audiences interactivity with their surroundings, to unveil artwork and digital augmentation.
Photo credit: Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts