Hotel Illiterati

Hotel Illiterati

WHEN
19 January – 26 February 2022
VENUE
204 East Coast Rd Singapore 428903 (go to Google maps)
OPENING HOURS
By Appointment Only
ADMISSION
Free Admission

Hotel Illiterati

How do diasporic Singaporeans and Southeast Asians juggle hybrid identity and national belonging? How does culture evolve in places of global traffic? Singapore collective Vertical Submarine, curated by iola Lenzi, takes this dichotomy as a starting point to conceptualise Hotel illiterati for SAW2022. Through the trope of a hotel, this playful, experiential installation, presented in a heritage Katong shop-house, invites viewers to investigate the aesthetics and debates of cultural translation and the liminal spaces between cultural-social belonging, re-invention, and transgression.

Admission by appointment only, register by emailing signal@vertsub.com
 

Image Credits: Vertical Submarine

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