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Lonely Vectors takes its cue from Singapore Art Museum’s new space at the Tanjong Pagar Distripark as a site of the global economy and its choreography of movements. However, its interests in global flows extend beyond the circulation of goods and commodities to consider the bodies and histories unmoored and set adrift by this world in motion. From the construction of special economic zones to patterns of migration, from seed distribution to peasant solidarity against mega-plantations, from the uneven flow of land and water to the cosmologies and worlds lost to us over time, Lonely Vectors points to the different ways we desire to connect with one another.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Half-Title Page, Title Page,
  2. p. 1
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  1. Table of Contents
  2. pp. 2-3
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  1. Vectors, Vectors Everywhere: A Curatorial Introduction
  2. Joella Klu, Kenneth Tay and Mi You
  3. pp. 4-19
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  1. Hidden in Plain Sight: A Conversation between Curator Joella Kiu and Artists Chu Hao Pei, Cian Dayrit, Norhaizad Adam and Hasyimah Harith
  2. pp. 20-31
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  1. Chu Hao Pei - Work in Progress
  2. pp. 32-35
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  1. Cian Dayrit - Work in Progress
  2. pp. 36-41
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  1. Persisting the Right to Subsist
  2. Dee May Tan
  3. pp. 42-47
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  1. P7:1SMA - Work in Progress
  2. pp. 48-51
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  1. Rice and Its Stories: A Letter Exchange between Kamiliah Bahdar and Savitri Sastrawan
  2. pp. 52-59
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  1. Meso
  1. Tiffany Chung - Work in Progress
  2. pp. 60-67
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  1. Hot Zones:A Conversation between Curator Kenneth Tay and Artists Shu Lea Cheang, Tiffany Chung, Ho Rui An and Bo Wang
  2. pp. 68-81
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  1. Shu Lea Cheang - Work in Progress
  2. pp. 82-83
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  1. Ho Rui An - Work in Progress
  2. pp. 84-89
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  1. Kontinentalist
  2. pp. 90-101
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  1. sg_DAO.inc
  2. Mi You and Federico Ruberto
  3. pp. 102-109
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  1. Bo Wang - Work in Progress
  2. pp. 110-115
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  1. The Logistical Sublime and Its Wasted Remains
  2. Charmaine Chua
  3. pp. 116-123
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  1. Macro
  1. Ho Tzu Nyen - Work in Progress
  2. pp. 124-131
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  1. All the Way Down:A Conversation between Curator Mi You and Artists Ho Tzu Nyen, Royce Ng (of Zheng Mahler), Zarina Muhammad, Zachary Chan and Joel Tan
  2. pp. 132-143
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  1. Zheng Mahler - Work in Progress
  2. pp. 144-149
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  1. How to think (as) a body of water: Access, amplify, describe!
  2. Astrida Neimanis
  3. pp. 150-155
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  1. Zarina Muhammad, Zachary Chan and Joel Tan - Work in Progress
  2. pp. 156-159
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  1. Spiritual Anthropocene in Upland Asia
  2. Faizah Zakaria
  3. pp. 160-165
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  1. Lonely Vectors Artworks
  2. pp. 166-167
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  1. Biographies
  2. pp. 168-173
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  1. Acknowledgements
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  1. Colophon
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