Time Out says
A pear turns into a skull, which then eats a pear that turns into a skull, which then eats a pear… this is just one of the many artworks to get lost in at the inaugural GIF Festival. Presented by Noise Singapore and the boundary-pushing urban art gallery Kult, the week-long extravaganza showcases over 50 GIFs projected onto large canvasses by aspiring multimedia wizards.
Other than hypnotising works on display, the exhibition also presents a slew of GIF-related activities and workshops, including a 'living photos' GIF making masterclass with homegrown photographer Aik Beng Chia, a lesson on stop-motion animaton for the little ones, and a session with curator Steve Lawler as he speaks about the artists featured and their artworks. And psst, we heard there's also going to be one helluva opening night (Thu, Oct 5) featuring the likes of DJ Kiat, Intriguant and electronic duo .gif, so you definitely don't wanna miss out.