A city-state, an island, a powerhouse of trade, industry, and greening policies. Occupied by the British and the Japanese, and now independent. A home to Chinese, Malaysians, Indians, and Europeans. One degree north of the equator, and at a crossroads of Asia and Oceania. The gastronomic stories of Singapore—from the streets to the celebrations, the schools to the shophouses—are a febrile festival of flavor and history. Where else would you want to perform about, with, and for eco-gastronomy?
- A Pile of Performances
the events in Singapore revolved around performance (or was it vice versa?)
- The ‘Tactile Eating’ showcase at Lasalle College of the Arts
four student performances, developed over a two-day sensory and storytelling workshop
- From whence hail thee? Da dove vieni? Where Où Firma?
digital documentation of a pop-up performance on food, home, and belonging