Follow Singaporean artist Alecia Neo on a visual journey in ramah-tamah, an interpretive piece inspired by the practices of culturally diverse women across generations.
Fri, 19 Jun 2020 - Sun, 5 Jul 2020
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
Home, and Away
19 June to 5 July 2020
Free admission to programmes
Follow Singaporean artist Alecia Neo on a visual journey in ramah-tamah, an interpretive piece inspired by the practices of culturally diverse women across generations. Learn interesting stories and connections among ACM’s objects from our staff and docents, and listen to audio description tours for tales of objects that have travelled around the world. Share your own stories of home with us on Instagram at @acm_sg, #HomeandAwayACM and #sgheritagefest. Get your dose of culture in the comfort of your home.
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by Alecia Neo
Singaporean artist Alecia Neo explores hospitality rituals performed by women in this region using betel leaf. The video project ramah-tamah is an interpretive performance that traces the evolution of these rituals through poetry, movement, and sound.
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