Our new work ‘Stutter’ SOLD OUT on 2/12 (Fri)!
LIMITED TICKETS left for 1/12 (Thurs) & 3/12 (Sat), book your tickets now at rawmoves.net/stutter.
From early last year we have been working with Kengo Kuma and Associates and Taiyo Construction on a new building in Totsuka, Yokohama, Japan called ‘Murasaki Penguin Project’. The building will have a daycare centre upstairs and arts space below. We have finally made it back to Japan and are very excited to see our ideas beginning to take shape!Continue reading / 続きを読む
We have just returned from a very full-on 5.5 weeks in Singapore. Being involved in ‘Adaptations’ was a great opportunity for us. We would like to recount a little of the experience in this post.
シンガポールの約６週間の滞在制作が無事終わりました。展示「Adaptations」に参加して、とても有意義な時間を過ごすことができました。少しまとめて振り返りたいと思います。Continue reading / 続きを読む
We have 2 more performances at Adaptations BLK 9, Gillman Barracks, Singapore
Fri 1st Feb 8:00PM
Sat 9th Feb 8:00PM
Looking forward to see you there!
Heather B Swann’s ‘i let my body fall into a rhythm‘ will be coming in The Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne after big two weeks in BUoY, Tokyo. Anna will be performing again in the Melbourne installation.
先月に北千住BUoYで開催されたヘザーＢスワンの個展「i let my body fall into a rhythm」がオーストラリア、メルボルンを巡回します。黒田が再びパフォーマーで参加致します。Continue reading / 続きを読む
Anna will be performing ‘Sad Mouse’ by Heather B Swann in an exhibition at Caves Gallery, Melbourne.
黒田がメルボルンCave Galleryで行われるヘザーＢスワンの展示「Sad Mouse」に出演致します。Continue reading / 続きを読む
Motion Theory at Singapore Inside Out Sydney 2017
Continue reading / 続きを読む
Ong Kian Peng (SG) x Murasaki Penguin (AUS)
Singapore Inside Out, Kensington Street, Chippendale, Sydney
Taking reference from a hyperboloid, “Motion Theory” is a collaboration between Ong and Murasaki Penguin. This kinetic installation transforms the streetscape with its fluid forms and visual projections. Togther with live performances during specific times of the day, this work forms a tripartite relationship that merges space, visual and sound.
Friday 3rd November, 1pm – 1.30pm & 5pm – 5.30pm
Saturday 4th November, 2pm – 2.30pm & 7.30pm – 8pm