Making Music in the Nanny State

Making Noise in the Nanny State is a lecture from the Salon series, part of The Substation's Discipline the City programme for 2017.

Music has long been a vehicle for political resistance. Uncover significant examples in a close reading of Singapore's music history.

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About the speaker

Mark Wong (b. 1982, Singapore) works in and with sound to devise listening strategies for new and intense possibilities of being. His diverse practice includes gallery installations, improvised sound performances, compositions for film and dance, and live DJ-spinning. He also writes on sound and music.
Fri Dec 1, 2017
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM SGT
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Standard (incl. ticketing fees) $11.50
Venue Address
45 Armenian Street Singapore
Event will take place in the 2nd floor archival space
The Substation