The Observatory’s annual experimental/improvised music festival, Playfreely returns in a new format, one that generates new constructions and in multitudes of interpretations. As we are stranded within the borders of the Dark Ages, systems and states of nerves come under the peril of an unseen spectre. These absurd times have propelled us into reflecting the deprivation of physicality and challenge our common understanding of how music and sound is presented.
Nervous Systems is an exhibition that assembles artists working with an expanded exploration of sound, with works that are informed by the spatial, site specificity and temporal nature of our environments and common life. Activating, dissipating and evolving in relation to the space we share, we attempt to seek equilibrium with what surrounds.
We now pause and allow time to experience us.
dj sniff (Tokyo)
Gijs Gieskes (Geldrop)
Makoto Oshiro (Tokyo)
Spang & Lei (Singapore)
The Observatory × Yuta Nakayama (Singapore)
Yuko Mohri (Tokyo)
Exhibition opening times
3pm – 4pm (via email appointment) and
4pm – 7pm (walk-in)
11am – 7pm (walk-in)
No registration required for walk-in.
Guided Tours by The Observatory:
13 & 20 Mar, 4pm-5pm
Free registration, visit https://nervoussystems.peatix.com
For guided tours, please book your sessions in advance due to the restricted capacity limits.
Goodman Arts Centre is the Venue Sponsor and Programme Partner of Playfreely-Nervous Systems.