Reuben ruminates on what three artworks about mental illness and suicide can tell us about art and mental health.
As Singapore prepares to commemorate the bicentennial anniversary of Sir Stamford Raffles’s arrival in January 1819, Jonathan turns to an unlikely source of historical knowledge: The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye. In this article, he reflects on the politics of remembering and forgetting, and on the form and content of Singaporean public memory.
Hanniel Lim pens a villanelle with a religious existentialist interpretation of the voice of the biblical figure Solomon based on Jewish and Islamic traditions.
In conjunction with Arts Week, Shane decides that it is timely for us to contemplate what art truly is, and what better way to do this than to ask our friends over at @artsbuzu for their thoughts!
Christopher Liew gives his take on the hit movie Crazy Rich Asians.
Slate, the Tembusu College’s theatre collective, staged a production of Tan Tarn How’s “The Lady of Soul and Her Ultimate ‘S’ Machine” last semester. Erica Lim looks into the production team’s creative process.