From now to 30 June 2017, art-goers can expect a trail of public art showcase at LOCK ROUTE, Gillman Barracks. Curated by Chan Hori’s newly appointed curatorial director, Khairuddin Hori, the showcase takes inspiration from Gillman Barrack’s historical past of its former military barracks. Artworks feature 16 arresting outdoor works by 15 world-renowned and emerging international and Singapore artists on the 24km long route, that was used as a marching ground in the training of Singapore’s ‘graduating’ army recruits.site-specific installations, sculptures and murals, and visitors are invited to traverse the grounds of Gillman Barracks and experience a closer encounter with art out in the open.
A mixture of site-specific installations, sculptures, and murals, visitors are invited to traverse the grounds of Gillman Barracks and experience a closer encounter with art out in the open.
Notable artworks include a mural ‘Land of Shadows’ by Los Angeles-based artist Cleon Peterson and the sculpture ‘Constellation of One’ by Kirsten Berg, a contributing artist of the Burning Man Festival.
The 15 artists from 9 countries featured in LOCK ROUTE are Cleon Peterson (USA); Kirsten Berg (USA); Tianzhuo Chen (China); Zheng Lu (China); Mel O’Callaghan (Australia/France); Benedetto Bufalino (France); Entang Wiharso (Indonesia); indieguerillas (Indonesia); Oanh Phi Phi (Vietnam); Maitree Siriboon (Thailand); Shahrul Jamili Miskon (Malaysia); and Acit Salbini, Gerald Leow, Sheryo+Yok and Stephanie Jane Burt from Singapore.