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They Do Not Understand Each Other is an exhibition curated by Yuka Uematsu (The National Museum of Art, Osaka) and Dr June Yap (Singapore Art Museum). The works, shown at Tai Kwun Contemporary in Hong Kong, are connected visually and conceptually from the curators’ standpoint. The international exchange builds on narratives surrounding the social life, community and ideology. 








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In this discussion, Jenson speaks to artist Chand Chandramohan about building communities, developing and sustaining labour. They look into stop signs and forced digital migration presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the added visibility of inequalities and privileges that have been impossible to ignore – on the state and community level.






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Community Garden is an experiment in self-organised learning and community building. Initiated as a Design Communication thesis research, it explores a framework that supports knowledge building agency in students and creative individuals in the institution. Each session, the organiser and participants enter the physical environment to navigate creative, technological and industrial knowledge through readings and activities based on a topic. So far, they have discussed creative education and digital emoticons.







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The second solo exhibition of Singaporean artist Stephanie Jane Burt. Basing the narrative on Hitchcock’s film noir psychological thriller Vertigo, the exhibition continues her interest and engagement with film and fiction – considering the key but often eclipsed character of Judy who becomes a shadow to the fictitious ideal of Madeleine. The exhibition speaks of the challenges posed to feminine and female expressions, imagining an alternative mode of navigation for Judy.








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This discussion explores the position of spirituality, philosophy and politics based on a conversation with Taketo Kobayashi and Tulika Ahuja who recently put up DIGITAL G-O-D. Using the medium of print, the exhibition focused on visual art experiences based on real and imagined worlds.