Review: Astrolabe – whakaterenga

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Astrolabe – whakaterenga is an installation that ran from 5 Dec 2019 to 5 Jan 2020 at the National Museum of Singapore. It is a collaboration between about 15 artists from New Zealand and Singapore: film-maker/choreographer Daniel Belton of Good Company Arts, dancer Jill Goh, composer/sound-designers from New Zealand and Singapore including Joyce Beetuan Koh and PerMagnus Lindborg of SOUNDISLANDS, and others. The installation makes use of video, dance, soundscapes, kinetic sculpture, virtual reality and other media.

Period9 Jan 2020

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TitleReview: Astrolabe – whakaterenga
DescriptionAstrolabe – whakaterenga is an installation that ran from 5 Dec 2019 to 5 Jan 2020 at the National Museum of Singapore. It is a collaboration between about 15 artists from New Zealand and Singapore: film-maker/choreographer Daniel Belton of Good Company Arts, dancer Jill Goh, composer/sound-designers from New Zealand and Singapore including Joyce Beetuan Koh and PerMagnus Lindborg of SOUNDISLANDS, and others. The installation makes use of video, dance, soundscapes, kinetic sculpture, virtual reality and other media.
Persons
Media name/outletComposer Society of Singapore
PlaceSingapore
Degree of recognitionNational
Media typeWeb
Producer/AuthorPete Kellock
Duration / Length / Size624 words
Date9/01/20

Event

Astrolabe – whakaterenga

5/12/195/01/20

Singapore

Event: Exhibition