The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy – an exhibition

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, the cult science fiction comedy series created in 1978 has been adapted into a stage show, a novel, a computer game, a Hollywood film, a comic book and even a series of towels, making it a multi-media phenomenon. And next month, for the first time, 42 Singapore based artists will show their intergalactic visions in a series of artworks inspired by the famous novel.

The show, curated by Steve Lawler, brings together a wealth of local talent. From pixel pushers to product designers, all fans of the mind-bending world of Douglas Adams. Guests to the free exhibition can expect to see some bizarre and warped creations from this new wave of visual artists. Each piece will be for sale in exclusive limited runs.

Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy™ Exhibition
Date: April 16th – 21st, 2010
Opening hours: 11:00-20:00
Opening Night: April 15th 19:00-23:00
Place: BLOODGROUP+ Space
Address: 32 Aliwal Street, Singapore 199922

Says curator Steve Lawler“By using a famous cult book like this we hope to broaden the spectrum of design which a larger demographic can relate to.”

Participating Artists includeAdeline Tan / Aik Beng / Alvin Tan / Amanda Ang / Ampulets / Andy Yang / Antz / Ashidiq Ghazali / Brandon Tay / Brian Chia / Bryan Loke / Chump / Colin Faulks / Djohan Johari / Drayson Phua / Eric Foenander / Firdauz Aziz / Fleecircus / Isabel Löfgren / Jason Tong / Jonathan Leong / Kelvin Lim / Kristal melson / Michael Ng / Mr. B / Mriz Sidah / Nazneen Aziz / Nils Uellendahl / Oats & Sparkle / Pamm Hong / Race krehel / Rick Treweek / Sean Dunston / Sharim Grubels / Shaun Soh / Shawn Lim / Sheryo / Shyam / Speak Cryptic / Stanley Yap / Steve Lawler / Terence Lau / Twistii / Winnie Goh / Zahir Sanossi

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