MAR

NOSTALGIA
THE VANISHING, OR TIME GOES AWAY

16 MAR—7 APR

Everything You Know Goes AwayInteractive playground designed by Joshua Comaroff

Accompanied by a series of free storytelling sessions and ticketed workshops for children aged 2 to 12

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A Bout of Nostalgia
Artist installation by Mary Bernadette Lee

23 MAR

Partners in Grime: Nostalgia and Conservation
Panel discussion moderated by Lo Mun Hou
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30 MAR

Days of Future Past
Film screening of Tan Pin Pin’s In Time to Come with readings curated by Lo Mun Hou and Jason Erik Lundberg

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29 & 30 MAR

SAD: The Last Meal
Futuristic dining experience conceptualised by Debbie Ding and Ming Tan.

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After years of neglect, suddenly we worry about our hawker heritage. The question isn’t about what we want to save, it’s about why. Before the present has slipped away, we already anticipate loss. Everything is becoming a future past. Why do we want to save? What anxiety and nostalgia drives these desires? Is nostalgia a form of critique, resistance, or capitulation in the land of SG50?


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Mark
 
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THE WINNERS

OF OUR INSTA-FILM AND
WRITING COMPETITIONS


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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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