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Khairullah Rahim, Intimate Apparitions, 2019.

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Nabilah Nordin, An Obstacle in Every Direction, 2019.

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Boedi Widjaja, Black Hut, Black Hut, 2019.

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Haifa Subay, War and Humans, 2019.

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C_G, Am I a Ghost, 2019 (installation view).

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Robert Zhao, Queen s Own Hill and its Environs, 2019,

Singapore Biennale: The long lens of history

The sixth Singapore Biennale is the most historically- and politically-conscious edition yet
Dec 20, 2019 5:50 AM

THESE PAST TWO months have been extraordinary for Singapore’s arts and culture scene. The Singapore Writers Festival in November was the most socially-inclusive and politically-relevant it’s ever been, fearlessly engaging in issues such as feminism, race and queer identities rarely talked about

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