Singapore Biennale 2011

Finally made time to SB2011 on the weekend before it ended officially. Part one captures the imaginations of Old Kallang Airport. 



A humanistic appeal, not only in relating to art, but also to our way of life as a whole. Why do I so often feel obliged to be in the know, or possess a certain level of intellectual understanding of things foreign/alien to me? Pretense or hypocrisy is always distasteful, on hindsight and in full view of everyone. Random rumblings.




The manifesto of bad music.



A pop-up Toast Box concept store, reminisce of the 60s, in conjunction with SB2011.


Exploring the abandoned hangar at the Old Kallang Airport.



Art is subjective and borrowing Max’s term, confuzzling at times. But it’s a lovely escape from worldly mundanes. A swim in other people’s minds.

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