For the month of September, Post-Museum presents Survey: Space, Sharing, Haunting, a series of programmes examining and reflecting upon the state of arts and culture in Singapore.
Post-Museum will re-configure the space in The Substation for Survey. One of the significant changes is altering the way audiences enter into the historic ‘Home of the Arts’ for the month. The main door will be closed, and audiences will enter and exit from another opening in the building. There will also be several spaces created, such as So It May Seed (an urban farm growing food crops), Post-Provision (a shop selling merchandise), and Club House (multi-purpose social space).
The Survey: Space, Sharing, Haunting exhibition forms the backbone of the programme. It is a combination of intersecting threads which speak to a diversity of cultural practices and reflects the state of the arts and culture in Singapore. With each thread imposing or superimposing on each other, we invite cultural producers and audiences to reflect upon their own role within the cultural landscape of Singapore.
The exhibition features the work of individuals such as Kray Chen, Chia Aik Beng, Clara Chow, Chu Hao Pei, Faiz Bin Zohri, Geraldine Kang, Kai Lam, Urich Lau, PG Lee, Hell Low, Alecia Neo, Jennifer Ng Su Yin, Nurul Huda, Quek Ser Ming, Adrian Tan, Yeo Su Jan, and groups such as Foodscape Collective, HOME, iFIMA, Parking Project, Plastique Kinetic Worms, Prohibited Projects, and Zero Station.
In addition, there will be a range of activities which further elucidate the three themes of Survey, including Activity Station, Club, Event, Lecture, Performance, and Residency.
Survey will be opened daily (except Mon and PH), from 12 – 9pm (Sun, Tue-Thu), 12pm – 12am (Fri+Sat). Almost all of the activities are free entry, with prior registration required.
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