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The Singapore Pavilion at the 58th Venice Biennale: artist Song-Ming Ang and and curator Michelle Ho – interview Related Press The Singapore Pavilion at the 58th Venice Biennale: artist Song-Ming Ang and and curator Michelle Ho – interview 28 November 2018, Art Radar Journal

2019 will mark Singapore's ninth participation in the Venice Biennale since 2001. For the occasion, the Singapore Pavilion will present an exhibition titled _Music for Everyone: Variations on a Theme

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Song-Ming Ang, Venice Biennale Artist Related Press Song-Ming Ang, Venice Biennale Artist 27 July 2018, Business Times

AT 37, Song-Ming Ang has created an eclectic, multi-dimensional body of work that centres on sound and music. His study of it extends beyond rule-based music compositions to include accidental music,

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'The world precedes the eye' at Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore Related Press 'The world precedes the eye' at Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore 8 December 2016, Art Radar Journal

Whereas the title An Atlas of Mirrors might bring to mind some sort of sleight of hand, the Singapore Biennale 2016 affiliate project The world precedes the eye at ICA Singapore seems, straightforwardly, to put forth the commonsensical notion that what we perceive is prior to our perceptions, having an existence which precedes our biases and...

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Six Southeast Asian Artists To Watch In 2014 Related Press Six Southeast Asian Artists To Watch In 2014 27 January 2014, Art Radar Asia / 24 January 2014

Song-Ming Ang is fascinated with aural culture. A Singaporean based in Berlin, his chief motif is sound and its myriad roles in contemporary urban life. A recent project involved a mobile karaoke stage installed in the back of a truck, which travelled to various suburban locales in Singapore affording residents a chance to belt out their favourite...

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Ang Song-Ming At Fost Gallery, Singapore Related Press Ang Song-Ming At Fost Gallery, Singapore 23 January 2014, Christopher Moore for Randian / 17 January 2014

A tall, long-limbed man sits at a harpsichord in an opulent Baroque reception room. He begins playing, he plays J.S.Bach’s C Major Prelude to The Well-Tempered Clavier (Book 1). A classical Classical piece. The man is depicted in two videos—one close up, one not—that track around player and harpsichord in tandem. The piece...

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SONG-MING ANG: WHERE I WORK Related Press SONG-MING ANG: WHERE I WORK 30 July 2012, ArtAsiaPacific

The bohemian-ethnic Kreuzberg neighborhood in Berlin is rich in art galleries and Turkish döner kebap shops. Formerly a working-class residential area in East Berlin, it retains its character today

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