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Collection showcases the various projects and programmes at 72-13



Per°Form Digital Keynote:

A Land Imagined: A Transnational Framework On

Land Reclamation And Labour

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Presented by T:>Works

Thursday, 22 September 2022

Digital Keynote by Dr Jerrine Tan
Hosted and moderated by Dr. Ong Keng Sen

T:>Works features Per°Form Fellow Dr Jerrine Tan, a researcher, writer and assistant professor in the English department at City University Hong Kong, in the next Per°Form keynote, A Land Imagined: A Transnational Framework on Land Reclamation and Labour. Referencing Yeo Siew Hua’s neo-noir mystery thriller film “A Land Imagined”, as well as Saidiya Hartman’s work on the fungibility of bodies and Lisa Lowe’s writings on immigration and citizenship, Dr Tan brings together a lecture that allegorises the movement of land across bodies of water for the similar movement of indentured labourers. It further unpacks the film’s imaginative and responsible form of transnational assemblage which connects cultures and people not through labour or even soil, but through art. 

Image credits: Akanga Film Asia

Jerrine Tan' Perform

SeptFest 2022


By The Substation

1–4 September 2023

T:>Works is a proud venue partner for this year's SeptFest, "uproot | rootless"!

Three programmes were held at 72-13, the home of T:>Works:
"Sillage", by Nicole Phua and Nurul Huda Rashid
"Tensity", by Rofi, curated by Bridget Tay
"The Death Of Singapore Theatre As Scripted By The Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore", written by Alfian Sa’at, directed by Irfan Kasban, and performed by Farah Ong


Per°Form Discursive Programme: A World of Lines:

From Third World Solidarities to Postsocialist Globalism

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Presented by T:>Works

Saturday, 13 August 2022

One-day discursive programme by Ho Rui An

Organised by artist, writer and Per°Form fellow Ho Rui An, A World of Lines: From Third World Solidarities to Postsocialist Globalism explores the shifting geopolitical imaginaries within what was known as the Third World during the historical period that began with the end of empire and culminated in the late seventies with the foreclosure of socialism as a mass political project. In pursuing this periodisation, this one-day discursive programme seeks to map a historical trajectory distinct from Eurocentric narratives that situate the neoliberal triumph over international socialism in the late eighties. Contesting the enduring image of the fall of the Berlin wall as a liberation of the people into the free and unbounded space of the market, it considers instead what new lines are drawn to secure the market and how the persistence of socialist legacies amidst postsocialist globalism complicates the penetration of global capital into national markets across the world.

A World of Lines

Mending by Bernice Lee

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By Bernice Lee

Wednesday, 22 June 2022

Mending reflects on the creation myth(s) of the "mother goddess" Nüwa (女媧), as well as the various mythologies carried through and transmitted by the bodies of women who are at once dancers, mothers, teachers, daughters, and more. After this presentation and the generous responses from the invited guests, the artists will be continuing to develop the work in the next phase.

Mending by Bernice

The Economy Enters The People


By Singapore Art Museum

Friday, 10 – Saturday, 11 June 2022 

Lecture Performance by Ho Rui An 

"The Economy Enters the People" (2021–2022) is a lecture performance by artist Ho Rui An that expands on his ongoing body of research focused on the emergence of capitalist modernity in East and Southeast Asia. It examines the relationship between China and Singapore against the backdrop of China’s postsocialist turn towards the market economy. 

"The Economy Enters the People" is co-commissioned by the Asia Culture Center (Gwangju) and the Singapore Art Museum (SAM). It exists as both a lecture performance and an installation. This presentation of the lecture performance is co-organised with T:>Works, where the artist is a PerForm 2021/2022 fellow. Its installation is presented in SAM’s exhibition Lonely Vectors, held at Tanjong Pagar Distripark.

The Economy Enters The People
Fume by Pat Toh

FUME by Pat Toh 


By Pat Toh

Friday, 11 – Saturday, 12 March 2022

Continuing Toh’s research into the corporeal effects of breath, "FUME" uses the respiratory system as a metaphor for the extensive deteriorating ecology. The show examines the effects of air pollution on breathing as a direct penetration from the external environment into the interior world. This flow of polluted air can be tangibly felt in our physical illnesses of coughs and sneezes. Emphasising the need for connection and community, "FUME" reflects on the human condition in an age where its victims and futures are being dangerously challenged.

"FUME" is part of an ongoing series of works titled Air Ways that examines our relationship with pollution and breathing. The series was developed with RAW Moves as part of its RawGround: Identification series.

How To Break A Window II

How To Break A Window II 

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Presented by T:>Works

15–19 February 2022 

Current. Intelligent. Nuanced. How To Break A Window II features a triple bill showcasing three winners of the 24-Hour Playwriting Competition 2021. After a process of writing, creation and production collaborations with a community of artists, the writers, Amanda Chong, Melizarani T.Selva and Yin Mei Lenden-Hitchcock, unveil their winning pieces. Directed by Sim Yan Ying “YY” and Shona Benson and cast including Jo Tan, Tysha Khan, Rebekah Sangeetha Dorai, and many more.

The Swimming Pool Library Exhibition


Presented by T:>Works

6–20 January 2022

Acclaimed visual artist Brian Gothong Tan kicks off his exciting new journey helming an artistic atelier at T:>Works with The Swimming Pool Library.

The Swimming Pool Library exhibition is split into various chapters that mark milestones in a rite of passage, reflected through the director’s intimate, surreal lens. Paper sketches, paintings, 3D printed sculptures, 3D film photography and DIY books evoke memories of a boy trying to make sense of who he is, and where life will take him.

The Swimming Pool Library
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