About Campaign

ends 30 Nov 2020, 11:59 PM
Frame Dragging is an initiative by SAtheCollective.

Frame-Dragging is inspired by Einstein's Theory of relativity and is a pun also for dragging of frames on social media like YouTube/Facebook.

"matter and energy distort space-time, curving it around themselves. 'Frame dragging' theoretically occurs when the rotation of a large body 'twists' nearby space and time."-Albert Einstein

Frame Dragging is an interdisciplinary, intercultural project presented as a 4 part web series. It is an improvisational and experimental series featuring some of the best artists of this generation in Singapore. It serves to highlight the need for human interaction and non-verbal communication especially during times like these where people find difficulty in isolation.

Performances will be premiered live on youtube at these dates and timings.

Motherhood - 28th October 2020 8pm SGT

Laminas - 29th October 2020 8pm SGT

Look On Down From The Bridge - 30th October 2020 8pm SGT

Recurrence - 31st October 2020 8pm SGT

About the Charity

SAtheCollective is a music collective that focusses on interdisciplinary and intercultural performances. A highly collaborative group, our approach is to seek out like-minded artists to redefine the boundaries of creativity through interdisciplinary and intercultural practices. Our works tendto explore the relationship between Human, Nature, andTechnology, through cultural practices. Since its formation,SAtheCollective has presented original Singaporean works at home and abroad at festivals in the UK, USA, Italy, France, China,
Japan and Australia amongst others.

SAtheCollective Ltd is a recipient of the National Arts Council's Seed Grant for the period from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2019 and a recipient of the National Arts Council's Major Company Grant for the period 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2022.

SAtheCollective Ltd. is a registered charity under the Charities Act since 6 May 2021 and recognised as an Institution of a Public Character by the Commissioner of Charities.


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