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The City’s Double: Singapore through Alberto Fanelli’s Stereoscopic Lens - Digital Installation

Date:

10/19/2017


The City’s Double: Singapore through Alberto Fanelli’s Stereoscopic Lens - Digital Installation

How do we “know” the city we live in? Is it through our unique experience of city life? Or do cities only come alive through our pictures, memories and representations of them? Expanding on the popular 2016 exhibition InSight: A Monumental 3D Journey, The City’s Double presents more stereoscopic photographs of Singapore’s monuments, back lanes and communities by Alberto Fanelli with sound design by local artist Bani Haykal. Featuring day and night images of Singapore, red and cyan representations, and a foreign and local perspective, The City’s Double offers a double-vision of Singapore, inviting us to see the city through a new perspective.

Presented by the National Museum of Singapore, Embassy of Italy and Italian Cultural Institute in Singapore, The City’s Double is part of the National Museum’s programme “Singapore and the World”, which explores the contemporary and historical connections that tie Singapore to the wider world.

 

About Singapore and the World

Covering topics related to history, design, art, music, food and technology, Singapore and the World is a programme that focuses on the historical and contemporary connections that link Singapore to the world. Brought to you by the National Museum of Singapore and its key cultural partners, the different multi-disciplinary events that make up this programme are an opportunity to celebrate the commonalities and differences that make the world a vibrant and diverse place, providing new insight into Singapore’s place in global history.

Information

Date: Da Thursday, October 19, 2017 a Sunday, December 03, 2017

Time: From 6:15 pm To 9:00 pm

Organized by : National Museum of Singapore, Embassy of Italy, It

Entrance : Free


Location:

National Museum of Singapore, Gallery 10

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