A D A_2.0
analog interactive installation / luminescence kinetic sculpture / post-digital drawing machine

Premiere at
Singapore Art Museum


Saturday, 14 May 2016 at 3pm

14 May - 28 August 2016

ADA 2.0 - analog interactive installation / luminescence kinetic sculpture / post-digital drawing machine
This is a new version of ADA developed for Singapore Art Museum. Here everything comes from ADA: both drawing and light.
Named after the 19th century English mathematician, Ada Lovelace, ADA is a self-forming artwork and post-industrial “creature”, resembling a molecular hybrid from nano biotechnology and bioluminescence of deep see creatures. Filled up with helium, illuminated with LED lights inside and spiked with charcoals, the membrane-like globe floats freely in each room it is located in, and leaves marks on the walls, ceilings and floors. It is meant to be a movement to experience visually, like a computer that generates unforeseeable output after receiving a command.

> first photos of this version with set up

SAM Singapore
The Singapore Art Museum is a contemporary art museum which focuses on art-making and art thinking in Singapore, Southeast Asia and beyond, encompassing a worldwide perspective on contemporary art practice. SAM seeks to seed and nourish a stimulating and creative space in Singapore through exhibitions and public programmes, and to deepen every visitor’s experience.

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SAM at 8Q
SAM at 8Q is a wing of the Singapore Art Museum. This contemporary art space, housed across the road from the main museum building, is an extension of the Singapore Art Museum. Housed in the old Cat. High School, a four-storey conservation building that has been transformed into six contemporary art galleries, SAM at 8Q is positioned on Queen Street, at the heart of Singapore’s arts, design and heritage scene.

The Singapore Art Museum & SAM at 8Q
8 Queen Street , Singapore 188535

Open daily from 10am to 7pm and Fridays until 9pm

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Further information

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