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Anthony Chin created a giant boot to comment on Britain's history of oppressing its colonies.

Ho Wai Kit and Alison M. Low conjure eerie holograms of Victorian children.

Lenne Chai's quirky machines dispense "spiritual wristbands" and "blessed water bottles" in praise of a forgotten deity.

Exploring colonial legacy

The latest edition of the popular OH! Open House art walks takes visitors through a neighbourhood once famous for its nutmeg and fruit orchards
Mar 2, 2018 5:50 AM

WALK INTO ONE GORGEOUS Emerald Hill conservation house and you'll find yourself confronted by a black giant boot. It towers over you like a menacing tree trunk and when you touch it - yes, this is one artwork you're allowed to touch - something magical happens: your fingers turn the surfaces

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