“MoonGrazing” with the OIC at the Night Festival

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Set to an original piece of music by Affixen, MoonGrazing is a surrealistic abstract animation that playfully explores the moon and its stories through the eyes of the illustrators and friends from OIC Singapore.

On August 30 and 31 between 7pm and 2 am, the façade of the National Museum of Singapore will be transformed into a canvas for local artists to showcase their playful creativity.

To add to the spontaneity of the moment, indie musicians Affixen and Andy Yang will jam together live at 7.30pm and at 11.30pm on both nights, accompanied by an illustrated video projection. At 8.15pm and 11pm – again on both nights – the OIC illustrators will be drawing live to a special studio recorded variation of the soundtrack composed by Affixen and Andy Yang.

Each performance is unique as lines of music and drawing meet and improvisations happen on the most random note.

We can’t ruddy wait!

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