Wikicliki is an exhibition presented by Singapore Art Museum at the National Gallery Singapore. It features the works of six artists based on newer modes of creating and presenting contemporary art.
The artists exhibiting at Wikicliki represent an aggregate or qualitative way of collecting and organising data and images encountered in daily lives.
Works at Wikicliki by Singapore Art Museum
Amongst the works presented are those by Debbie Ding.
These include Rules for the Expression of Architectural Desires which is made up of 24 posters that reimagine rules for urban environments. It includes interesting rules such as “All Parents Must Walk Their Children At Least 3 Times A Day” and more.
Other works include momok elektrik by Bani Haykal which is a sound installation where vocalisations represent incantations. Visually, the link between humans and technology are represented by gunny sacks on poles with speakers mounted behind them.
Other works include Singirl, which features partial nudity. This installation is in a sectioned-off part of the gallery.
Wikicliki: Collecting Habits on an Earth Filled with Smartphones
Wikicliki is now on till 11 July 2021 at the basement of National Gallery Singapore. Read more about it here.