Exhibition open daily from 12:00 - 22:00, from Thursday 28 March until Monday 1 April, with the exception of Sunday 10:00 – 20:00.
Entry to exhibition is free, but sessions below are ticketed to avoid over-crowding.
New technologies and innovations are encouraging brands and media to quite literally think outside the box. This session will explore how brands, media owners and artists are continuing to change the way they tell stories and opening up opportunities to engage with people.
Moderated by Charlotte McEleny,
Publisher, The Drum
VJ SENJA is an audio-visual magician based in Singapore. He has been spinning for the past 10 years at festivals and clubs like Refuge, Summerdaze, and Tropical Temple, and started VJ-ing 2 years ago. He includes a variety of genres in his set, like Hip Hop, Drum & Bass, Jungle, Afrobeats and more. Senja expertly mixes his videos and beats to create an audio-visual experience not to be missed!
No ticket required, bar onsite.
London-based digital illustrator, Vince Fraser, gained recognition giving life to still photos by adding movement with Photoshop and After Effects. With 21 years of digital arts experience under his belt, Vince has gone on to create detailed artworks that incorporate 2d vector work, photo-montage, image manipulation and 3d modelling.
Known for their ‘UNSATISFYING’ series that went viral online, Parallel Studio was founded in 2015 by friends – Thibault De Fournas, Yann Pineill and Nicolas Lefaucheux. Dedicated and meticulous, they have amassed an impressive body of work over the past four years, producing creative and aesthetic content for the likes of Louis Vuitton, Instagram, Lenovo, Prada and Uber.
1000 - 1045, 1100 - 1145, 1200 - 1245
Join us for a fun and exciting gif-making workshop where we show kids how to create their own artistic gifs using claymation. Recommended for kids aged 6 – 10 years old.
Armed with an iPhone, Sharpies, correction fluid, and transparent sheets — Marty Cooper, a.k.a Hombre McSteez, considers himself a ‘reality dementer’ as he creates stop motion animation over real life scenes. Marty will be conducting a fun workshop full of drawing games, character design, and stop-motion techniques for kids to create their own ‘aug(de)mented realities’. Recommended for kids aged 10 – 12 years old.
Marty Cooper was a storyboard artist by trade – working in studios like Rovio Animation Company and Reel FX, on projects like Ice Age and Angry Birds. Five years ago, he began his ‘Aug(de)mented Reality’ project, where he plays with ordinary situations by inserting fun and whacky cartoon characters with transparent plastic cells. He draws each individual frame and uses his iPhone to capture photos before putting them together in short videos. More recently, he’s been working from a computer and experimenting with Gif stickers.
Race Krehel is a multi-disciplinary artist born in the United States, and based in Singapore. He fell in love with Singapore after a stint at Lucasfilm, and has been creating digital ‘paintings’, interactive projection graphics, and stop motion animation here for the past 5 years. He is currently the Creative Director of VR at Warrior9.
After working in the banking sector, Igor struck out on his own and founded Apance, with the intention of bringing creativity and technology together seamlessly. In this session, he explains the basics of AI from a creative angle using Gifs.