An anti-speciest wind is blowing in Singapore with The Posthuman City: Climates, Habitats, Environments. This exhibition  invites visitors to imagine conditions for living, resource sharing and coexisting between species, at a time when over half the human population lives in urban areas that are increasingly encroaching on natural sites and when global warming is disrupting geography. Nine international artists have risen to the challenge of imagining a new, multi-species and communal habitat, including Pierre Huyghe, Lucy Jorge Orta, Hito Steyerl, and Nicholas Mangan. The works on show, converging art, design, and architecture, open up avenues for rethinking the city as a common space where interspecies relations would  make sense.

23 November to 23 February  2020 – NTU Center for Contemporary Art Singapore (NTU CCA Singapore)

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Find all the articles from Letter #12 — October 2019