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In Singapore, land is scarce and seen solely as an economic resource. Maps are often used to measure the extent of land, reducing it to a shape on paper. By depicting the rich narratives, history and inhabitants of the land, this illustration challenges the neoliberal cartographic representation of Kampong Buangkok: the last rural village that has resisted the modern development of Singapore.
National University of Singapore
Eugene Tan (b.1995) is an artist that explores themes at the intersection of art and architecture. Tan's work often deals with the modernization of Singapore; to form meaningful conversations about conservation and culture in a city predominated by ideals of efficiency and pragmatism.