Sand Reserve Museum

Singapore’s endeavor to reclaim land is paradoxical: it occupies large areas of existing land to store sand for more land to be made, creating sand “mountains,” incongruous to, yet surreal in, Singapore’s landscape. Sand Reserve Museum is a speculative museum showcasing these sand ‘mountains’ as beautiful works of nature to the public.

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GeneWeave

GeneWeave investigates how to make genetic code both tangible and visual by translating DNA through fiber-based processes into a hand woven apron and CAD generated weave drafts. Viewers are also invited to preview their own weaving patterns based on genes of interest through the Grasshopper model.

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Homesick Hotline

You’re missing your family and haven’t seen them in a while. Phone calls replace physical presence with conversation, but is that enough to remedy homesickness? In Homesick Hotline, Huff and Guo interview people in their community about home and family, to understand the complex relationships between people, place, and memory.

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