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Art comes alive in interactive experience

Installations from 11 Asian artists will explore nine different senses to fully engage audience, reports RACHEL LOI
Aug 1, 2014 6:00 AM

AS kids, we learn about the five senses - sight, smell, taste, touch and hearing. But in recent years, science has added more to the list - the ability to detect movement and position, balance, time, and pain. The Singapore Art Museum's (SAM) latest exhibition, Sensorium 360: Contemporary Art

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