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This reading group will be held over three modules with each consisting of two sessions discussing a selection of texts on related topics. Participants are highly encouraged to attend both sessions for each module to ensure continuity and quality of…

NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore and the New Museum are pleased to announce participants and collaborators for the second edition of the NTU CCA Ideas Fest, IdeasCity Singapore, guest-curated by IdeasCity, taking place in Singapore and…

Led by Hariharan Vanan, Publications intern, Grey Projects This session is part of the longer programme Facing Brownness that takes place in October and November at Grey Projects. The readings are recently recorded personal narratives of meeting and…

Created by Susan Sentler in collaboration with and performed by LASALLE College of the Arts, School of Dance & Theatre, Diploma in Dance Level 2 Students. This intervention is a durational structured improvisation, a performance exercise, that…

Following a series of encounters on the topic on women and design, these reading groups focus on the production and transmission of knowledge within the professional field of architecture, specifically with books by female architects. Discussions…

Led by Climate Conversations This guided conversation about climate change will explore what this crisis means for the things we care about, and what we can do in response. Participants do not have to be environmentalists; this group welcomes…

Led by Professor Ute Meta Bauer, NTU ADM, and Dr Andreas Spiegl, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna (only 29 October) During these reading sessions, participants will look at and discuss texts from books such as Donna Haraway’s Staying with the Trouble:…

The topic of gut-geographies is suggested to outline the relation of space, collective action, and phenomenological appearance, to the proposition of organic empathy—or the capacity of biological substrata in the body to problem-solve, “control,…

As NTU CCA Singapore’s special guest, Terry Smith will lead a reading group session using the publication Democracy Unrealized: Documenta 11_Platform1 (2002), edited by Okwui Enzewor (1963–2019), as a point of departure to broader topics relating to…

Participants will address the death or afterlife of a person, idea, technology, place, or community, that is connected to Singapore, through a creative form that begins with texts from the Reading Room. Participants approach these texts as death…
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