Of Dots, Scales and Flat Space: Singapore and the spatial practices of logistics is a series of discussions led by Kenneth Tay.
For the months of November and December, Kenneth Tay invites us to consider the logistical spaces around us. Taking Singapore’s global logistical hub as a point of departure, this workshop is aimed at understanding logistics not simply as an apolitical means through which cultural products are assembled and distributed, but rather one that is deeply entangled in the production of flat spaces. Put differently, what might it mean for us to continue evoking and scaling Singapore as a “little red dot”? Through a set of screenings and discussions, this workshop is an attempt to think through logistics together, and to do so beyond the iconography of shipping containers, port facilities, and warehouses.
Dates: 12 Nov (Thurs, 8pm), and 28 Nov, 5 Dec & 19 Dec (Sat, 3pm)
The sessions will be a hybrid mix of 5 in-person participants and online participants via Zoom. Please write in to firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up!
When: 12 Nov - 19 Dec 2020,
Venue/Organizer: Grey Projects