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Kin Chui incorporates QR codes, computational fragments, digitally-scrambled images and other technological ephemera in his installation.

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Stephanie J Burt evokes a scene from Virginia Woolf's novel To The Lighthouse with her playful installation.

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Priyageetha Dia's multimedia installation explores issues such as feminine agency, race and representation, and the "identity politics of a brown woman".
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Out of the crisis, young kooky voices emerge

Responding to Covid-19, young artists have created some zestful and zany works - as only the young can make.
Sep 4, 2020 5:50 AM

AN unexpected generational chasm has just opened in Singapore's most august art institution. After five years of showcasing blue-chip art by the region's most established artists, National Gallery Singapore is devoting its latest exhibitions to art by young, untested artists instead.

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