Thanks to the pandemic, our world has become increasingly more digitalised, with both young and old having to adopt new technologies. In light of this notion, Singapore Art Museum’s (SAM) new exhibition aptly titled Can Everybody See My Screen? aims to explore the relationship between humans and technology as we navigate virtual, physical, digital and phygital spaces in our everyday lives.
Can Everybody See My Screen? is a cyberpunk-themed exhibition with 12 fun and unique interactive artworks and installations for you to enjoy—plus it’s all free! Try your hand at the claw machine (paid activity) where you stand a chance to win an exclusive print; or watch i.Mirror, a 28-minute short film about the conflicting lives of a woman who exists both in the digital and physical world. Other installations include an interactive video wall where you can pick songs to control the outcome of the people featured in the video, dystopian-esque pieces and more!
Other free activities happening as part of the exhibition include a nostalgic Hama Beads Pixel Art workshop, Create Your Own Emoji activity, as well as various talks and tours around the exhibition. These additional activities will be held on 17th September 2022 at various timings (first come first serve basis); for more details, see here.
Dates: Now till 11th December 2022
Address: SAM at Tanjong Distripark, Gallery 2, 39 Keppel Rd, #01-02 Tanjong Pagar Distripark, Singapore 089065
Opening Hours: 10am-7pm daily