Singapore Eco Film Festival | Session #2 – Shingu’s Dream
The Singapore Eco Film Festival (#SGEFF) is a celebration bringing together all the environmental organisations in Singapore, to ignite a public passion for protecting our environment in Singapore & Beyond!
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Session #2 – Shingu’s Dream

Shingu's Dream

What new possibilities could you imagine through Art? From discarded fishing nets, to 75-year old Japanese artist Susumu Shingu sculpting the winds for his long, lifetime dream of Breathing Earth, explore how artists are looking to shape our impact on the environment.

Date

Fri Nov 11, 2016
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Discussions

Wang Ruobing, LASALLE
Suzanne Chew, Little Climate
Tay Lai Hock, Ground Up Initiative
Ved Krishna, Yash Papers

Category
Films

FILMS

Net Impact
The Interactive Art Installation Project, Net Impact, was a collaboration between Artists, UI experts and a content strategist/producer built on the goal to share the story of the Net-Works programme; an initiative designed to tackle the growing environmental problem of discarded fishing nets in coastal communities.

Breathing Earth Susumu Shingu’s Dream
75- year old Japanese artist Susumu Shingu sculpts the winds and follows them in search of a resting place, a wind-powered home, for his long, lifetime dream of Breathing Earth. Riedelsheimer accompanies this quiet man in his quest to create an awareness of our planet, our breathing earth and our human values.