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In the last post, I waxed lyrical about Rapture and Epiphany. I suggested that the latter was something that could be man-made, precipitated through (careful) design and curatorial, in the context of an exhibition at the Museum. That much is … Continue reading
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I’m almost there. I can feel it. …clarity on what I want, who I am, who I will be in the years I come – what I will pursue, creatively, intellectually, socially, perhaps even romantically… I’ve been going around in … Continue reading
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Last month, during the Frieze Art Fair, I was invited by Frieze and the BBC to be part of a BBC Radio 3 Debate Panel on Museums in the 21st Century. My other fellow panelists were Laurence Des Cars, Presidente … Continue reading
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In the mid-2000s, I took a trip with some old friends – the same ones who would live in Dubai later – to Barcelona, Lisbon and Marrakesh. It was to be a rather memorable trip if only because I came … Continue reading
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So in the spirit of balance, I thought I’d post something completely frivolous, and almost nothing to do whatsoever with work. Well, almost… I’m an incurable bookworm, and a TOTAL geek. There’s nothing I like more than curling up in … Continue reading
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It’s been a gruelling few weeks of travel (including weekend travel) and multiple evening/weekend events. Even though I’ve achieved more than I imagined I would in a very short time, I can’t help but remind myself that just a couple … Continue reading
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I had the privilege today to be invited to deliver the Opening Remarks at the National Museum of Singapore’s international Symposium, ENCOUNTERS & CONNECTED HISTORIES: PRELUDE TO 1819, which the museum has organised in support of its new special exhibition, … Continue reading