21 Aug 2022, Sun, 4pm & 5pm
Beauty of Soul infuses poetry from various languages, cultures and contexts under the pulse of Sufistic aura. Artist and poet Noor Iskandar will share a weaving of words that celebrate the pain and poise of living. From these starting points, the Bangladeshi band Zero Effect will also share songs that extend a wreath of offerings to the space—reflecting on the transience of life’s journey and the beauty of seasons in a faraway home country. We invite you to lose and find yourselves amid these poetic and musical celebrations.
The programme is presented by the Migrant Writers of Singapore.
Mask-wearing is required for all indoor events. No tickets will be issued. Seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Noor Iskandar is a multi-disciplinary artist and lecturer based in Singapore. His research and practice delve into faith and art, revolving around faculties of losing and light. He earned his Masters in Arts (Research) degree from NTU School of Art, Design and Media. His works have been exhibited and published in Singapore, London, Valencia, Pingyao, Belfast and Bandung. He is intrigued by the sacrality of feelings, the power as well as failings of words and remembrances. He too, is obsessed with Iran, the afterscent of rain, old books and double McSpicy.
Zero Effect Band
Zero Effect is a Bangladeshi band based in Singapore. Rather than a typical “Top 10” cover band, their unique blend of backgrounds and musical abilities is sure to engage any crowd. Zero Effect is committed to providing a high-energy and musically diverse experience, lending a strong musical identity to the under-privileged, and in the process, creating their own stage and community with a strong sense of social responsibility.
21 Aug 2022, Sun
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