Through cultural artefacts including music, performances, television and theatre, the Voices of Singapore Gallery at the National Museum of Singapore explores how Singaporeans constructed a complex terrain of self-expression in the 1970s and 80s.
Forming the backdrop in which Singapore’s artistic practitioners debated and articulated the Singaporean identity, Insert Coin programmed a 14.4sqm projection of images and videos of places that Singaporeans grew up with in the formative years of the nation. Spread across 96 undulated surfaces, Insert Coin undertook the mapping of the projections onto the exact dimensions of each of the surfaces, creating a seamless projection across the four-meter-tall setup.
Mentions + Credits:
Installation design by FARM, overall build by Kingsmen