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The 100-odd artists took over office spaces, former shops and even a karaoke lounge, and produced brightly coloured graffiti on the building's facade (above) in the three-week-long event in September
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The 100-odd artists took over office spaces, former shops and even a karaoke lounge (above), and produced brightly coloured graffiti on the building's facade in the three-week-long event in September
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Lam (above) felt gratified that 'everybody reacted to the building' and Wang aimed to revive a 'kampong-style collectiveness'
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Lam felt gratified that 'everybody reacted to the building' and Wang (above) aimed to revive a 'kampong-style collectiveness'
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Razi said 'the more exclusive we want the project to be, the more the public wants to know'

Mall's impending doom inspires guerrilla art

The trio who organised the 'Eminent Takeover' aren't done yet; they're looking for new spaces to make an artistic statement.
Oct 31, 2014 5:50 AM

IF YOU'VE driven past Eminent Plaza on Lavender Street recently, you might have overlooked it as just another old building slated for demolition at the end of the year.

But keep your eyes peeled, and maybe you'll notice the brightly coloured graffiti on its facade: the "aftermath" of a