An exhibition-in-print project by SAM, Visual Culture acknowledges the rise of predominantly visual forms of media, communication and information exchange in recent years. It is an emergent field of inquiry that combines aspects of art history, cultural anthropology, critical theory, philosophy and media and performance art. This second edition explores issues of urbanity and the impact of change on perceptions of status quos. Local artist Djohan Johari was specially commissioned to create works in response to SAM's permanent collection. The result is a tongue-in-cheek commentary and a picture book on urbanity and change through the perspective of Singapore's street names.
Visual Culture / 02: Urban Peels
$15.79 Regular Price
AuthorsKhairuddin Hori; Naomi Wang (eds.)
PublisherSingapore Art Museum