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O/Aural Waves – Spirited Words

by Kamini Ramachandran & FERRY

PERFORMANCE, EXHIBITION

 

Advisory: 16 (Some Mature Content and Coarse Language)


Exhibition

13 & 14 Mar, Fri & Sat, 10am – 10pm
15 Mar, Sun, 10am – 8pm

16 – 22 Mar:
Mon – Thu & Sun, 12pm – 8pm
Fri & Sat, 12pm – 10pm

*Admission for patrons age 10 years and above
Exhibition will be closed 30-mins before each performance to allow for set-up

*Please note that the exhibition will be closed from 4.30pm–7.30pm on the 21 March.

Performance

13 Mar, Fri, 9pm – 9.30pm
14 Mar, Sat, 6.30pm – 7pm, 8.30pm – 9pm
15 Mar, Sun, 5pm – 5.30pm
20 & 21 Mar, Fri & Sat, 7.30pm – 8pm, 9pm – 9.30pm
$10

*Admission for audience age 16 years and above                           

From the ancient era to modern times, spirits, superstition and the supernatural have long been a part of the human narrative. As we explore the perceived differences between cultures and their predominant religions, the lines that separate them begin to blur.

What is it to believe versus our beliefs?

O/Aural Waves – Spirited Words bring you on a visual and audio journey where we explore our notions of religion, culture and spirituality - stories and sounds that came before, are present and go beyond our shores.

This edition at Textures 2020 sees Master Storyteller Kamini Ramachandran and inter-disciplinary sound artist FERRY delve into the works of Catherine Lim and Verena Tay, to present an original and newly devised installation and performance that merges storytelling, theatre and live foley.

A "silent" experience, wireless headphones are required and provided. As such, please be advised to be present at least 15mins before each session. Subtitling is not available.

View the exclusive interview of Kamini Ramachandran & FERRY, creators of O/Aural Waves 

 

Featured Texts From:
Spectre- Stories from Dark to Light by Verena Tay (Math Paper Press
The Living and The Dead by Catherine Lim (Marshall Cavendish Editions)
Black Panther by Wong Koi Tet (City Book Room)
Foretelling Doom by Elancharan Gunasekaran (Marshall Cavendish International (Asia) )
S(7310014) by Aisyah Lyana (Unggun Creative)

PERFORMANCE TEXTS

Title: The Gravedigger
Publication: Spectre - Stories from Dark to Light
Author: Verena Tay
Publisher: Math Paper Press

EXHIBITION TEXTS

Video:
Title: The Footprints of Love
Publication: The Loving and The Dead
Author: Catherine Lim
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish Editions

Exhibition:
Title: Marriage
Publication: The Loving and The Dead
Author: Catherine Lim
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish Editions

Titles: Broken; The Land; Walls; The Doll
Publication: SPECTRE - Stories from Dark to Light
Author: Verena Tay
Publisher: Math Paper Press

MOTHER TONGUE LANGUAGE TEXTS

Video:
Chinese text
English Title: Black Panther
Original Title:《豹变》 / 黄凯德
Author: Wong Koi Tet
Publisher: City Book Room
Translation by: Hong Xinyi, Lee Chee Keng and Tina Sim.Translated as part of Translator's Lab 2015, co-organised by The Select Centre and Writers' Centre Norwich
Chinese narrator: Ric Liu
English narrator: Kamini Ramachandran

Video:
Tamil text
English Title: Foretelling Doom
Original Title முன்னுரைப்பு
First Publication: Journeys Ticket Book Anthology (Tamil anthology)
Author: Elancharan Gunasekaran
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish International (Asia) Pte Ltd
Translation by: Elancharan Gunasekaran
Tamil narrator: Rohshini Thiagarajan
English narrator: Kamini Ramachandran

Video:
Malay text
English Title: S(730014)
Original Title: S(730014)
Publication: Lukah Di Pergentingan - Antologi Cerpen Nyala Jilid 2
Author: Aisyah Lyana
Publisher: Unggun Creative
Translation by: Aisyah Lyana
Malay narrator: Irfan Kasban
English narrator: Kamini Ramachandran

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Dear Patrons,

Your health and safety as well as that of our staff are very important to us. In addition to the safety procedures that The Arts House has implemented, we will also be putting social distancing measures in place. We encourage all patrons to practise social responsibility by adhering to the following guidelines issued by the Ministry of Health:

  • Practice social distancing by ensuring that you maintain a 1-metre distance from others. This will be done either through seat spacing, or for fixed-seating rooms, through alternate seats on alternate rows (chequerboard seating)
  • Wash or sanitise your hands before touching any equipment.
  • If you are feeling unwell, refrain from entering the exhibition space and notify our staff as soon as possible

Everyone has a part to play! Together with your cooperation, we can all enjoy the arts in a safe and responsible manner.

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