CONVERSATIONS: David Adjaye

Shuffling alongside other would-be audience members in a queue that snaked outside the auditorium entrance, I sensed a quiet building of excitement for the highly-anticipated lecture by David Adjaye. Once inside the 448-seat auditorium, the crowd’s droning chatter was quickly hushed by the arrival of Adjaye. Adjaye’s fashionably-late appearance certainly set the lecture program behind…

EXHIBITION: Along the Golden Mile

There is an alluring quality to be found in the details of banality characterizing the mass of public housing flats that sweep over Singapore island. This curious yearning for the details displaying how others live (alike or unalike from us) is evoked, perhaps most strongly, when gazing at something so familiar and commonplace to the…