Survey: Event

An assortment of uncategorisable events.

Fri 9 Sep, 8-10pm

SG50+1: Consuming and Curating Singapore by Crystal Abidin

What are your most precious memories of SG50? How was your SG50+1? What will SG100 look like? Join us for an interactive exercise as we remember and imagine the past and future of our cultural landscape. Bring along a memory and an object that speaks to your experience of Singapore’s National Day celebrations. Everyone is welcome.

Crystal Abidin is an anthropologist and ethnographer. She researches vernacular Internet culture and mixed heritage in contemporary societies. Crystal has a PhD in Anthropology & Sociology, and Media & Communications. She is a Postdoctoral Fellow in Sociology at the National University of Singapore, Singapore and an Affiliated Researcher with the Media Management and Transformation Center at Jönköping University, Sweden. Reach her at

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Sat 10 Sep, 10pm till late

Ghost Story Campfire Night by Wong Chee Meng and Zarina Mohd

This event will simulate the atmosphere of a campfire night, where participants would get to share or listen to supernatural tales, true or imaginary, and reflect on one’s fascination or hidden fears as may be tied to such tales. This would be interspersed with sound installations of ghost stories of the yesteryears in random languages. One may also simply sit around and share food and drinks while listening, or imagine a game of treasure hunt discovering fragments of literary texts on mystery or haunting, for a cool night of experiencing a lost art of storytelling.

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Sat 17 Sep, 8-10pm

DocuLovers: The True Cost (2015)

The DocuLovers series has been Post-Museum ongoing platforms where people share a documentary and discuss issues surrounding it. This session looks at The True Cost (dir. Andrew Morgan), a documentary on the environmental impact created by the fashion industry.

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Fri 23 Sep, 8-10pm

Murder Most Foul by MoN

An interactive murder mystery show with a twist. Put together and performed by poets and improv actors, it incorporates spoken word, physical theatre, audience interaction and improv theatre to create a one of a kind experience. The plot centres around solving a murder and every show has a different ending depending on the audience.

Ministry of Noise (MoN) is a collective of spoken word poets who meet monthly to workshop new poems and performance ideas. We welcome and encourage a huge variety of styles and perspectives. We aim to provide a space for spoken word poets to share skills, critique one another’s work and improve on their writing and performance technique.

Tickets at $15 / $10 (conc). Get them at

Sun 25 Sep, 6pm

Water is the Medicine by Reilly Phanes

This ritual is an opportunity for the LGBTQI community to gather and share our grief and pain, to process the gamut of emotions we each hold in response to the tragedy of the shootings at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, and offer healing and solace for one another. It also offers a safe space for deep witnessing and presence for participants.

Reilly Phanes is a radical queer pagan artist whose research and practice consist of three major strands; 1) ritual and sacred performance, 2) mythology; personal and collective narratives, and 3) queer consciousness expressed in identity, politics and community. His work seeks a rejuvenation and re-enchanting of the queer experience through the mythopoeic function of collective rituals and creative mythic living.

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