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ArtScience Late: Green is the Colour of my Heart by Marc Nair

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ArtScience Late: Green is the Colour of my Heart by Marc Nair


ArtScience Late: Green is the Colour of my Heart by Marc Nair

19 July 2018, Thursday | 8pm
Expression Gallery, Level 4
Free on a first-come-first-served basis. Limited capacity.

Human nature has always sat uneasily within the cycle of the natural world: growth, loss, regeneration and extinction. Yet how we swagger, confident, sheathed in indestructible plastic, offering up the inevitable rituals of a city, heedless of forests losing the shape of their lungs just beyond our vision. We consume, produce what cannot decompose and drive heedless towards the precipice.

Featuring poetry by Marc Nair, music by [.gif] and visuals by Wu Jun Han, Green is the Colour of my Heart is a performance that considers our relationship with nature against the specter of a breaking world. The show is not just about onstage collaboration. One of the pieces, Animus, was crafted together with NUS Dance Synergy, a community of contemporary dancers committed to refining their craft through exploration and experimentation.

Marc Nair
Marc Nair is a poet and photographer. He is a recipient of the 2016 Young Artist Award. He first started performing poetry in 2003 at poetry slams in Singapore. Today, he has performed spoken word in solo and group performances for fifteen years in more than ten countries and has represented Singapore in international poetry slam competitions. Marc has published five solo volumes of poetry and has released another four collections in collaboration with visual artists, photographers and graphic artists. His latest collection of poetry is Vital Possessions. Marc was the 2016-17 NTU-NAC National Writer in Residence and is the co-founder of Mackerel, a culture magazine. He has released two spoken word albums with his band, Neon and Wonder, and has collaborated with well-known Singapore musicians such as Bani Haykal, weish and Tim De Cotta on numerous live performances. He has also worked with Lee Kin Mun, aka mrbrown, on the mrbrown show for over a decade, writing satirical audio and video sketches and songs.

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Tucked in between dark beats, deft lyricism and immersive vocals lies Singaporean indie-electronic duo .gif. Made up of weish and din, the pair started out in late 2012 as a passion project and shared hobby. Following their debut of saudade EP in 2013, the band has performed in London, Manila, KL and Jakarta, and at major festivals such as St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival, Singapore Inside Out, Singapore Writers Festival, Java Soundsfair, Baybeats, and Singapore Night Festival. The duo has earned comparisons to the likes of Portishead, Little Dragon, Björk, and The ** through local and international publications like Thump, VICE’s music channel, FasterLouder, Earmilk, Indie Shuffle, JUICE, Nylon, and Bandwagon. The pair often draws from literature, theatre and film in their music, and recently launched a critically acclaimed full-length album, soma.

Wu Jun Han
Wu Jun Han plays and performs in the audio-visual, which he expanded into from a background in video art. He works with an interdisciplinary approach to performance, developed out of themes on the visceral, vernacular and the future. Jun Han has performed extensively as a live visualist, playing live visuals for music performances, as well as engaging in an experimental music practice based in improvisation, percussion and electronics. He was an artist-in-residence on Pulau Ubin (organised by The Artists Village) in 2012 and was most recently one of the featured artists for the exhibition Fantasy Islands at Objectifs and State of Motion 2018: Sejarah-ku.

NUS Dance Synergy
Known for their warm and welcoming dance culture, NUS Dance Synergy started as the Jazz Ballet Group in 1978. Under the direction of Singapore dance luminary Fan Dong Kai and Albert Tiong, Synergy has grown into a dynamic dance group that strives to promote dance as a modern art form that incorporates elements of Jazz, modern, lyrical, and contemporary dance.

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