WEEKLIES

so-far reads

I read Between the City and the City for a while, but stalled. The combination of textual and historic minutiae and tendentious therefores was wearing...

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6 MAY 2019
so-far reviews

Diego Marcon’s Ludwig begins with a spark of light. A score trills in a movement that can be described as downwards

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4 APRIL 2019
Op-Ed

Dear ______,
All of this is, no doubt, a leap of faith. We started with nothing but an idea. All we know is that somehow, putting together A Weekend Affair felt important, and urgent...

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27 MARCH 2019
so-far reads

The Cloud layer, just above the Earth layer in The Stack, makes epic, rapidly expanding energy demands (the total carbon footprint of the world’s data centers has already surpassed that of the airline industry and is presumed to triple by 2020), and so risk is not hard to find...

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20 MARCH 2019
Op-Ed

To speak of the independence of some thing is to neglect its dependency. For, to speak of any thing is to open its relationality to, relationship with, another. Which makes the term indie art a strange one...

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30 January 2019
so-far reviews

It’s the year 2019, and I’ve now crossed over a decade of looking at exhibitions...

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22 January 2019
so-far reviews

Sim Lim Square is six storeys of tech-eclecticism, a kind of one-stop Mecca for gadgets old and new. Situated on the border between the central shopping district and the cultural enclave of Little India, the mall...

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17 January 2019
so-far reviews

Do you ever notice the sinking feeling every time you scroll, as if your sliding fingers are wired to your gut? Is this why we feel tired after too much on-screen work? Maybe it’s not just the glare...

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9 January 2019