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

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

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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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