The Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA) have announced it will reopen to the public on Wednesday 2 September with a continuation of its exhibition that was cut short due to the national lockdown.
The exhibition, Ho Tzu Nyen’s The Critical Dictionary of Southeast Asia Volume 10: N for Nameless, will continue its run, using historical texts and artefacts to create unique films, video pieces, installations and theatre works that have been shown worldwide from Guggenheim, New York to the Venice Biennale.
The exhibition also looks at his long-term project, The Critical Dictionary of Southeast Asia (CDOSEA) which focuses on Southeast Asia’s colonial histories and national identities, and will run until 4 October.
Booking a free ticket the CFCCA is advised, and can be done online – however walk-ins are also welcome. Opening hours have now changed to Wednesday – Sunday, 11am – 4pm. Visitors are asked to wear a face covering in line with government guidelines.
The gallery has introduced a number of measures to be Covid-safe, including an enhanced cleaning routine, staff wearing PPE, 15 touch-free hand sanitiser points, limited numbers of people in the building, a one-way system to allow social distancing, and contactless payments in its shop.