Periods: 29 – 31 MAY 2015
Venue: Gillman Barracks, Singapore
Supported by : The Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Singapore, Arts Council Korea, National Arts Council Singapore, Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism Korea, Gillman Barracks, NTU Center for Contemporary Art Singapore, LG Electronics, Singapore Airlines, LASALLE College of the Arts
Chief Curator: Seong-Youn Kim
Curators: Janice JY Kim, Yeunho Jen Kim Jang, Seungah Lee, Urich Lau, Stephanie Seungmin Kim
Collaborator: Melissa Quek
Technical Support: Rudy Isrudy, Kwangkee Lee (Dejavu Video)
Adriane Wachholz, Bkil J Beomyoun, Bohyun Yoon, Byungjun Ko, Chen Sai Hua Kuan, Chun Kai Qun, Gina Czarnecki, Jaewook Lee, Jeesun Lee, Joo Choon Lin, Jungki Beak, Kira Kim, Kisoo Kwon, Kwangkee Lee, Kyungtack Hong, Laure Prouvost, Leenam Lee, Liao Jiekai, Lim Shengen, Marcel Gaspar, Mark Wallinger, Paul Lincoln, Sejin Kim, Semiconductor, Sherman Ong, Sisoo Park, Teow Yue Han, Urich Lau, Uriel Orlow, Woojin Jeon, Yangachi, Yongbaik Lee, Yongho Kim, Zune Lee
Singapore Open Media Art Festival 2015
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SOMAF has collaborated with Gillman Barracks to organise this meaningful public project to allow for an exchange of memories to take place between all participants.
Six curators from South Korea and Singapore, along with 40 international artists have come together in partnership for SOMAF, with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Sports in Korea, Arts Council Korea, the Embassy of the Republic of Korea and the National Arts Council Singapore. SOMAF is organised and supported not only by the governmental bodies of both Korea and Singapore, but also by corporations that hold strong links between these two nations.