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From May to December, members of the public can engage with these issues through a series of lectures, workshops, film screenings, and publications. A full-scale exhibition, mounted August through November further delves into the issues, considering specifically the failures of modern architecture, uncovering alternative encounters in the city, and exploring how people/bodies navigate city space.
"The Substation's new art exhibition, titled Discipline the City, is a thrill."
The Business Times, August 2017
A $10 donation may seem small, but it helps to support big things:
Film licenses ($4,000)
Building banners ($2,000)
Printing annual programme booklets ($2,500)
Exhibition - Demo and reinstatement of rubble wall ($2,500)
Exhibition - Floor studs ($3,750)
Exhibition - Hemp rope for artist installation ($500)
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About the Charity
The Substation is Singapore's first independent contemporary arts centre. Founded in 1990 by the late Kuo Pao Kun, The Substation is known for its pioneering and experimental arts programming. Over the years, The Substation has worked with some of Singapore's most critically acclaimed artists, writers and intellectuals including Alvin Tan, Goh Boon Teck, Amanda Heng, Lee Wen and Kok Heng Leun.