With the increasing global concern about the impact of plastic waste on the marine environment, international and local efforts have been undertaken across different fields.
Temasek Shophouse, a convenor for community collaboration and a catalyst for advancing sustainability, is hosting the Ayer Ayer Project from 2 August to 16 August to inform and engage visitors on the impact and severity of plastic pollution through the four-part series of visual, experiential, and participatory artworks, suitable for all ages.
Developed by Singaporean visual artist Ernest Goh, the Ayer Ayer Project is a multi-faceted art project which combines art-making, public participation and social innovation to confront ocean plastic waste.
Ayer Ayer Project
Venue: Temasek Shophouse, 28 Orchard Road, Singapore 238832
Date: 2 Aug 2019 to 16 August 2019
Weekdays 08:30 am – 09:00 pm
Weekends and Public Holidays 11:00 am – 05:00 pm
Organised by: Ayer Ayer Project Program Partner: BRACK Hosted by Temasek Shophouse