AUG—SEP



CONSERVATION
EN BLOC, OR BUILDINGS MUST DIE

21 AUG—23 SEP

Deathsong
Exhibition by The Substation

Too Young to Die: Giving New Lease of Life to Singapore’s Modernist Icons

Exhibit co-presented with Singapore Heritage Society & Dr. Chua Ai Lin

1 & 15 SEP

SAD: Going, Going, Gone...???
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8 SEP

Time is Up? A Panel on En Bloc and Singapore’s Modernist Icons  
Moderated by Dr. Jack Tsen-Ta Lee, President of Singapore Heritage Society
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En Bloc, or Buildings Must Die is a series of programmes that frames conservation as part of a larger, complex conversation about heritage.

It comprises an exhibition, a series of co-presentations with Singapore Heritage Society, and a SAD party.

Places form the foundation of our identity. The Singapore Story of progress-at-all-costs means that the places where we form our memories keep disappearing. Even once-lauded buildings like Golden Mile Complex are under threat. Too often, the impetus to save a place arrives only on the verge of its loss. Conservation is primarily spoken about in economic and technical terms. But at its heart, it is deeply personal for it speaks about our values and the places we keep for our children.


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The Vanishing, or Time Goes Away

The last chapter of #citieschangepeopledie returns this March with The Vanishing, or Time Goes Away, a programme exploring different manifestations of nostalgia in Singapore culture.

Featuring a specially-commissioned playground for children, an installation brimful of chou chou, and a futuristic dining experience, find out more here!

 
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