Radical Curiosity:
In the Orbit of Buckminster Fuller

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22 Jan – 10 Jul 2022

Clock Admission Times

Daily: 10am – 7pm
(Last admission at 6pm)

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Singapore Residents:
Adult: S$18, Child: S$14

Adult: S$21, Child: S$16

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Virtual Tour: Radical Curiosity

Take a peek into Radical Curiosity: In the Orbit of Buckminster Fuller exhibition with our Education Specialist, Rad, as she brings us through the galleries. Find out more about Fuller's inventions and ideas for the future in this virtual tour.

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Virtual Kids Tour: Radical Curiosity

Ever wondered how the design of a half-sphere in some playgrounds came about? They are called geodesic domes, which was a wonderful idea by an architect named Buckminster Fuller. He has many inventions which may help us in the future! Come explore and find out more about his inventions in this virtual tour with our Education Specialist, Marilia!

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Exhibition Curators

Rosa Pera

Rosa Pera is based in Barcelona, Spain.

Independent curator and researcher focused on the strength of design as a transformation operating system through community action and its relationship with fields of knowledge such as science, architecture and contemporary art.

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Head of Studies of the Bachelor’s Degree in Design at BAU Arts and Design College of Barcelona. PhD candidate focused on Cultural Studies at Universitat de Vic-Universitat Central de Catalunya. She was the founding director of Bòlit Contemporary Art Center in Girona, Spain. She has curated exhibitions such as “On The Table Ai Weiwei” at La Virreina Center of the Image, “Out of Place” in the Design Hub, both in Barcelona and “Portable Culture” at CAAC-Andalusian Center of Contemporary Art in Seville, Spain, and she has been the General Curator of the Global Youth Culture Forum in Jeju, South Korea, organized by UCLG-United Cities Global Governments-UNESCO (2018 and 2019 editions). She is teaching in the Master’s Degree in Design Research and Experimentation at BAU, Design College of Barcelona.

José Luis de Vicente
Curator and cultural researcher. He researches the current and future impact of social and technological innovation through artifacts, objects, and narratives that explore emerging social and political scenarios. His projects are strongly anti disciplinarian, creating contexts of collaboration and dialogue between artists, designers, architects, technologists, scientists, activists, and communities.See more
He is the curator of Sónar +D, the congress of digital culture and technologies of the Sónar Festival of Barcelona. He was cofounder and codirector of Tentacular, a new festival of Critical Technologies and Digital Adventures in Matadero (Madrid), and is member of the programming team of Llum BCN, the light festival of Barcelona. He has curated several exhibitions, in and outside of Spain, such as “Big Bang Data” and “After the End of the World” (both at the CCCB), “Atmospheric Memory” (Manchester International Festival), “Máquinas y Almas” (Museo Reina Sofia Madrid), “Playtime: Game Mithologies” (Maison D’Ailleurs, Suiza), and others. He teaches at the Institute of Advanced Architecture of Catalunya (IaaC).

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