NTU CCA Singapore launched its Digital Archive in April 2021 to provide access and discovery to unique digital assets, documenting its exhibitions and programmes from 2013 to March 2021.
The Centre positions itself as a space for critical discourse and encourages new ways of thinking about Spaces of the Curatorial in Southeast Asia and beyond. With the Digital Archive, we aim to provide local and international researchers, artists and curators a comprehensive database to study contemporary art ecosystems in Singapore and the region.
The Digital Archive forms part of the broader Public Resource Platform which includes a specialised print collection, Artist Resource Platform (ARP), and a video archive. The ARP looks to provide an entry point to contemporary artistic practice in Southeast Asia, containing visual material and audio recordings of talks from over 90 local artists and NTU CCA Singapore’s Artists-in-Residence. The video archive also gives insight into past public events of the Centre, offering an expanded understanding of the complexity and diversity of contemporary art research and production, and how it intersects with current developments in culture, society, and politics.
The Digital Archive is currently a work in progress with content being digitised and added progressively over time.
Click here to go directly to The Digital Archive, and please contact us for an appointment to access the Artist Resource Platform.