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SINGAPORE BIENNALE 2022: FIRST LIST OF MORE THAN 50 ARTISTS AND COLLABORATORS EMBARKING ON A COLLECTIVE JOURNEY WITH NATASHA

Singapore, 27 July 2022 - The 7th Singapore Biennale 2022 (SB2022) or Natasha, announced an exceptional line-up of over 50 artists and collaborators. This edition of the Singapore Biennale, organised by the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) and commissioned by the National Arts Council, Singapore (NAC), has been named by the Co-Artistic Directors, Binna Choi, Nida Ghouse, June Yap and Ala Younis. This act of naming encourages fellow artists, collaborators, and audiences to re-discover ways of seeing and relating to the world, as they embrace intimacy and spontaneity towards the transformative potentials in life and relationships within it — from self to others, from human to non-human, from living to non-living and vice versa, and beyond. The artists and

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9 November 2021 | Singapore Biennale Returns in October 2022 with a Team of Four Co-Artistic Directors

Singapore Art Museum (SAM) announces the return of the Singapore Biennale for its seventh edition from 18 October 2022 to 19 March 2023. Helmed by a team of four Co-Artistic Directors,the 2022 edition of the Singapore Biennale (SB2022) brings together four curators from around the world–Binna Choi from South Korea/the Netherlands, Nida Ghouse from India, living in Germany, June Yap from Singapore and Ala Younis from Jordan. The selected team comprises individuals with a strong profile of multi-disciplinary, experimental and participatory practices, and who activate different sites and archives, drawing relations between the historical and contemporary. The Singapore Biennale is a platform for international contemporary art organised by SAM and commissioned by the National Arts Council (NAC), Singapore.

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31 March 2022 | Singapore Biennale 2022 is Named Natasha

Singapore, 31 March 2022–Singapore Art Museum (SAM) announces the naming of the seventh edition of the Singapore Biennale (SB2022) as Natasha. Through this act of naming, SB2022 moves away from its perception as a mega-thematic exhibition and towards an engagement with the ways that art, and that which is considered other to art, may be deeply connected to the subject and matter of life. Visiting Natasha draws forth a journey, along which one might encounter the meaning of being from multiple perspectives.

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