I LOVED this pavilion.
Ming Wong represents the Singapore Pavilion at the 53rd Venice Biennale in the solo show, ‘Life of Imitation’.
Noted for engaging the performative veneers of language and identity in his re-interpretations of ‘national cinema’, Berlin-based Ming Wong revisits Singapore’s golden age cinema in the 50s and 60s - hitherto little known to the world – and unveils the legacy of the country’s socio-political flux and multi-ethnic relations before its Independence in 1965.
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