Procession lead by Sophia Natasha Wei

During the exhibition, a performance by local artist/performer/teacher Ms. Natasha Sophia Wei saw a procession of students wearing the backpack artworks led by Wei. The original exhibition in Japan happened in makeshift exhibition spaces that provided a freedom from the confines of the ‘Gallery’ space and its etiquette, the residents felt uninhibited while they interacted with the artworks, encouraging dialogues and a form of informal group therapy. The procession in Singapore references the dynamics of the first exhibition at the Onagawa temporary housing area where there were no permanent gallery spaces.


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