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Characters in No Man's Land on set with a multimedia installation designed by Ong Kian Peng (above) and actor Ngo Thu Huong. OH! Open House's latest art tour forces visitors to look deeper into what makes up Singapore.

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Characters in No Man's Land on set with a multimedia installation designed by Ong Kian Peng and actor Ngo Thu Huong (above). OH! Open House's latest art tour forces visitors to look deeper into what makes up Singapore.
Post-Art Week, scene still sizzles

Going from art to an immersive, unsettling experience

Singapore Art Week might officially be over, but some shows are still open and generating buzz. BT Lifestyle picks out four of the must-sees
Jan 29, 2016 5:50 AM

CLOAKED in a veil of secrecy, OH! Open House's latest art tour, No Man's Land, has the feel of an enacted murder mystery with all its hush-hush quality.

Given the group's reputation of holding fun art walks in neighbourhoods rather than  dinner shows, one goes to the event with

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