Days of Future Past
Days of Future Past30 March, 4 to 5.30pm
The Substation SAD Bar
Free admission (40 people max)
Against the backdrop of Tan Pin Pin’s In Time to Come (2017) [PG]—a meta-documentary about time capsules—speculative fictions and visions of the future are performed by writers Wei Fen Lee, Ng Yi-Sheng, and Wayne Rée.
Featuring an introduction 'Nostalgia Before Its Time' by Lo Mun Hou, the readings present the fantastic, connected with the cultures, traditions, mythologies, folk religions, and daily life in Southeast Asia.
Readings curated by Jason Erik Lundberg, Founding Editor of LONTAR.
Everything You Know Goes Away is part of The Vanishing, Or Time Goes Away, the final chapter of The Substation’s 2018/19 programme Cities change. People die. Everything you know goes away. For more information on the programme, visit citieschange.sg/The-Vanishing.
Photo: Screengrab from In Time to Come, 2017. Image courtesy of Tan Pin Pin.
* Please note that Tan Pin Pin’s In Time to Come will NOT be screened in its original, uninterrupted form.
- The event description was updated. Diff#405535 2019-01-30 06:27:22