The Fruitfulness of Forgetting

The Fruitfulness of Forgetting

21 January – 21 May 2019
Eden Hall
Free Admission

The Fruitfulness of Forgetting

The British High Commission invited artist Chloe Manasseh (born in London in 1990) to present a series of works inspired by Eden Hall, the historical bungalow where her grandfather was born, which is today the residence of the High Commissioner.

"Taking inspiration from the intricate patterns found within Eden Hall, the natural landscape of Singapore and the wilds of my imagination, my work reflects on how we inhabit space through visual identity. I am interested in the imprecision of memory and the process by which imagination can intrude on physical space, influencing how people establish a connection to it."

In partnership with the British Council and British High Commission

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Image courtesy of British Council

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