A collaboration with the Human Studies Film Archives of the Smithsonian Institution. Syndicate will be presenting original and reworked found music, archival and contemporary images reprocessed from laptops on the theme of Open Space in Southeast Asia.
Human Studies Film Archives of the Smithsonian Institution
The Human Studies Film Archives (HSFA) celebrates 35 years of preserving, documenting, and providing access to moving images for the broad study of world cultures and the development of ethnographic filmmaking.
The collections encompass a wide range of documentary, travelogue, ethnographic, and amateur film genres that span most of the 20th century and are supported with still photographs, audio and paper records.
In 2009, HSFA's "John Marshall Ju/'hoan Bushman Film and Video Collection, 1950-2000" was inscribed on UNESCO's Memory of the World Register
A melt down of audio experimentation and visual dares from the bass bins, beat baskets and image banks of the Syndicate, an audio-visual super-group of beat-makers, DJs and VJs.
Syndicate reengineers your perceptions of electronic dance music, crunches your brains with multimedia projections, and shakes up expectations.
Don’t miss out on this sideshow peep into the world of audio-visual mutations and jarring encounters with Singapore’s own sonic aliens
Admission is free. Show starts at 8pm sharp and ends at 10pm.