For the month of September, Post-Museum presents Survey: Space, Sharing, Haunting, a series of programmes examining and reflecting upon the state of arts and culture in Singapore.
Post-Museum re-configures the space in The Substation for Survey. One of the significant changes is altering the way audiences enter into the historic ‘Home of the Arts’ for the month. The main door is closed, and audiences enter and exit from another opening in the building. There are also several spaces created, such as So It May Seed (an urban farm growing food crops), Post-Provision (a shop selling merchandise), and Club House (multi-purpose social space).
The programme consists of Exhibition, Activity Station, Club, Event, Lecture, Performance, and Residency, all of which elucidate the three themes of Survey.
Survey will be opened daily (except Hari Raya Haji), from 12 – 9pm (Sun-Thu), 12pm – 12am (Fri+Sat). Almost all of the activities are free entry, with prior registration required.
For details, see http://www.post-museum.org/survey/.