Art Power: Art and Activism in the Air-Conditioned Nation

Written by: Junni Chen
25th October 2016
Category: Feature

I have never encountered A Sovereign Forest in any other part of the world. I have only seen it in the context of Singapore. And yet, I felt as though A Sovereign Forest had opened itself up to a certain kind of vulnerability in Singapore. It does not quite lose its potency in Singapore, but it definitely becomes vulnerable to its own castration. One wonders if A Sovereign Forest can just be.

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What’s wrong with an “empire” ball?

Written by: ArtHop
22nd September 2016
Category: Feature

On the bungling brouhaha of the National Gallery Singapore; or can institutions be self-reflexive enough?

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#ArtHopWrites at National University of Singapore

Written by: Grace Hong
14th September 2016
Category: Feature

#ArtHopWrites is a 5 session workshop that facilitates understanding and appreciation of the Southeast Asian visual art scene, with an aim to nurture discourse among young writers.

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A Filmmaker's Platform | National Youth Film Awards 2016

Written by: Justin Ian Chia
29th July 2016
Category: Feature

Featuring Han, Sweet Bloom of Night Time Flowers, Chicken Beauty Pageant, and The Invoke

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‘Vintage Love’ for the Fullerton

Written by: Katherine D. Cruz
25th May 2016
Category: Feature

Katherine D. Cruz is taken back in time on the ‘Fullerton Love Story Tour’ and soon learns that behind its glitzy, glamourous facade, lies a treasure trove of mystery, waiting to be uncovered…

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The Art of Dissent in Vietnam

Written by: David Kaye
2nd May 2016
Category: Feature

ArtHop Contributor David Kaye's take on the forced closing of Sàn Art's Laboratory Program after eight successful years.

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