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Collection showcases the various projects and programmes at 72-13



Postcritical Spirituality: Pecha Kucha + Community Mixer 

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By Opens

Saturday, 11 November 2023, 7.30pm–9.30pm

Since May, Per°Form CoThink Lab Fellow Opens has invited artists, academics, and activists invested in spiritual knowledges and practices to participate in Critical Spirituality, a programme series examining the place(s) of the spiritual in the contemporary world.


Opens gathered some of its collaborators once again for Postcritical Spirituality, an evening of Pecha Kucha micro-presentations followed by a free-and-easy community mixer.


Speakers: Parashar Kulkarni, Meli Chan Lee, Jireh Koh, An Ding, Arunditha Emmanuel, and Joshua Comaroff.


Find more about Opens here.


Lethal Fantasies: Chrysalis

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By Bussy Temple 

Saturday, 21 October 2023, 8pm

Join Bussy Temple, T:>Works’ newest Per°Form CoThink Lab Fellow, at Lethal Fantasies, their recurring party series to platform femme and nonbinary DJs & artists within Southeast Asia’s vibrant contemporary electronic dance music scene. In Lethal Fantasies: Chrysalis, aspects of femininity beyond power and seduction will be explored. Into the gory, undesirable, and eerie, through soundscapes from Teya Logos, Puppy Ri0t, rempit G0ddE$$, Suhsi, Metamoksha, nydthakid and performances by XUE, Sonia, and Divya.


Head to @bussytemple to find out more. Graphic design credits: JJ Low @arcaneomorph


Find out more here.

Critical Spirituality Series - 

Ecstatic Initiations: Sound Through Shamanism


By Opens

Thursday, 5 October 2023, 7.30pm

Sound is an essential element of the shamanisms practiced in indigenous cultures around the world, and continues to be an indispensable tool for neo-shamanic practitioners today. For the shaman, sonic techniques and technologies can open a multitude of dimensions within the self and the other, helping practitioners access altered states of consciousness, facilitate methods of healing and divination, and enable translocal and interspecies forms of communication. 

In this workshop-presentation, Arunditha Emmanuel discussed the role of sound in shamanism and its possible intersections with contemporary music-making and creative processes. The evening concluded with an intuitive sound performance-demonstration by Arunditha and collaborating artist-musician Anise.


Find out more about Opens here.

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Strange Weather w/ Elena Colombi (Osàre! editions)



By Strange Weather

Saturday, 26 August 2023, 7.30pm

Following a string of outstanding regional bookings, Strange Weather moved up a gear with their headliners - Osàre! Editions label boss Elena Colombi and Antarmuka.


Both Colombi and Osàre! (which translates to 'daring’ or ‘bold’ in Italian) have become synonymous with future-facing music shot through with forward-thinking experimentation and abandon, and imbued with a sense of complete freedom, transcending expectations of time or genre.


Antarmuka was a live act helmed by Syafiq Halid, an electronic musician and percussionist; and Rosemainy Buang, a gamelan musician and composer. 


The night was supported by the usual suspects - Strange Weather residents Aalely, Kindergarchy, Yadin Moha and Yetpet.

Find out more about Strange Weather



Presented by T:>Works

Thursday, 10 – Sunday, 13 August 2023

King tells a story of Geok Yen, a public relations executive who seemingly has it all – a stable job and a boyfriend who is about to propose. But one fateful office party, her safe stable life gets upturned when on impulse, she attends the party in the guise of a man, Stirling da Silva. Emboldened by the alter ego, Yen discovers a newfound confidence to speak her truth, and be whatever she could be without self-judgement.

Find out more here.


Don’t Fret. Just Write.:
Playwriting Workshop By Chong Tze Chien


Presented by T:>Works

Saturday, 24 June 2023, 11am–1.30pm / 3pm–5.30pm

Look forward to a playwriting workshop Don’t fret. Just write. by playwright and director Chong Tze Chien! With emerging and new writers in mind, Tze Chien will be sharing strategies to fire the imagination and create space for writing flow.

Don’t fret. Just write. is part of T:>Works’ 24-Hour Playwriting Competition preparatory processes.

Find out more about the workshop and 24-Hour Playwriting Competition 2023 here.

Playwritng Workshop
Father's Womb

Father's Womb


By Bussy Temple

Saturday, 17 June 2023, 8pm

Bussy Temple, T:>Works’ newest Per°Form CoThink Lab Fellow presents Father’s Womb. A rave with an all queer and gender non-conforming lineup, it wishes to celebrate those who do not find themselves settled on a single identity this pride season.

Rave spaces often lack the opportunity for gathering and encounter before the music begins. Prior to the party, Father’s Womb invited attendees to The Sanctuary, an immersive space of togetherness for queer ravers to rest, share, and explore queer kinship and rave intimacies.

Find out more here.

Per°Form Open Academy of Arts and Activations


Presented by T:>Works

13–16 April 2023

Per°Form Open Academy of Arts and Activations was the inaugural live gathering of 15 Per°Form Fellows from the Global South — Africa, Arab World, Asia-Pacific, the Caribbean, South America — and its diaspora. These Fellows, intersectional practitioners across diverse disciplines of curation, research, education, visual culture, performance, will present their strategies for activating contexts and communities.

Per°Form is conceptualised and led by T:>Works Artistic Director, Dr. Ong Keng Sen. This fellowship platform began in March 2021 through the format of digital keynotes by Singapore fellows. 

Find out more here.

Per°Form Open Academy of Arts and Activations

24-Hour Playwriting Competition 2022 Community Tea and Dramatised Reading


Presented by T:>Works

Saturday, 4 February 2023, 4pm–6pm

T:>Works celebrated the winners of the 24-Hour Playwriting Competition 2022 with a gathering of past participants, friends and fellow theatre makers. There was also staged readings of selected scripts directed by Cherilyn Woo and Noorlinah Mohamed with actors Isabella Chiam, Hang Qian Chou, Al-Matin Yatim, Yazid Jalil and Ching Shu Yi.

Find out more here.

24-Hour Playwriting Competiton Tea


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By Brian Gothong Tan

Presented by T:>Works

2–20 January 2023

Friday–Sunday: 2pm–10pm
Tuesday–Thursday: 5–10pm

#Metazomia is a 360° interactive and immersive cinematic experience from the thrilling imagination of award-winning artist Brian Gothong Tan. It is created as an experience of living and playing between worlds – the physical, digital and imagined worlds.


Find out more about #Metazomia here.

In the digital world, T:>Works launches T:>NFT, a digital gathering of T:>Works collaborators exploring digital and Web3 technologies as creative platforms. T:>NFT features its inaugural collection with Brian Gothong Tan’s first series of 30 single edition NFTs created in conjunction with his second Artistic Atelier production, #Metazomia.


Details at T:>NFT.

#Metazomia Talk

#Metazomia: Brian Gothong Tan In Conversation With Michael Lee

Metazomia Talk

Presented by T:>Works

Saturday, 14 Jan 2023, 4.30pm

The idea of generative art spawned off the backs of AI has attracted controversy of late. Yet, artists are exploring AI as tools for their artistic work. Brian Gothong Tan, known for his works in theatre, film and large-scale outdoor multi-media installations such as “Tropical Traumas” for the Singapore International Festival of Arts (2016) has done exactly that. For #Metazomia, his recent work for T:>Works Artistic Atelier, he created images entirely with AI. In the process, he generated close to 1000 images of which less than 100 images are specifically curated for the eventual show, now on at 72-13. Join Brian in conversation artist Michael Lee as they discuss the fascination and challenge with generative art and how AI is harnessed in #Metazomia.

Find out more here.

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